Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03999
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,

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Crosby Canal .:


Permit ApplicationSTARKE

.' .We didn't feel like we permit then and we
feel like we don't need one now," need4a Commission Chair-
man Dave Shuford stated Monday Ing up the county's
ill reaction to the state's Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund Public Comment

: that Lake a Canal permit in be 197273.secured for the digging. of*. the Crosby-Sampson

i' A certified letter dated May 1 from David B. Scott, area super-
visor for the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, gave
Jhecounty 10 days to reply to the request from Scott to apply for a To Be Received
'permit. Scott's letter went into the past history of what Scott
terms an apparent unauthorized canal excavation "
The commission Monday authorized County Attorney Gene
'Shaw to reply to Scott's letter and to advise that the canal had
; been dug for drainage purposes and the board felt that no permitwas On City ProjectSTARKE ,It
__ required required now.at the beginning of the project and that no'permit is -

? With the commission's him as "waterfront" pro- With a $50,000 so effluent can be sprayed on
refusal to comply with the perty, but since the canal has U.S. Environmental Protec- the ground. New U.S. pollution
;> contents of Scott's letter the been dug his waterfront has tion Agency (EPA) planning standards have set a deadline
;,matter may be continued fur-, shrunk from 50 feet to less grant in hand, engineers told after which effluent can no
ther by .the legal staff of the than 15 the City Commission a public longer be dumped into Alliga-
IIF.i "It's not going to be water- hearing for public commenton '.or Creek as is.being done
;Shuford's announcement of front property until they put the proposed $2.3 million
: the board's feeling came the water back," Barncordsaid. project is set for June 3. now.The project will also extend
} ,following the noon recess of Apparently the huge city sewer and water service to
: the commission. Conner said that the water sanitation project for which new areas of the city.
<'i''A' i, In the morning session of level between the two lakes the engineering firm, Bessent, Started last October and
,the board a delegation of residents was 27 inches and that at least Hammock, Ruckman and still incomplete the city's
from Crosby Lake that much more water shouldbe Associates of Jacksonville, current sewer project in the
appeared before the commission restored to Crosby Lake. has been seeking federal I Sec fags\ 12) I
gravel dam was placed across the 15-foot wide canal con- level In years. to voice their complaints Commissioner George funds for several years will ,.)
Lakes Crosby and Sampson last Friday by the Brad- The state's Internal Improvement Fund board wants the 11'i''about the receding water line Roberts told the delegationthat finally get under way. Plans
road crew.Water was still flowing slowly from Crosby to county to apply for a permit. for cleaning out the canal, which of the lake. Some said that a slip had been installedin will be ready in two years with
' the Telegraph was told, when the newest dam was took place back In 972-73.The County Commission said Mon- Crosby Lake had fallen as the canal that would raise construction to begin in 1979- LawteyCouncil .,
under the trestle crossing the canal which Crosby day It doesn't need a permit and doesn't Intend to apply for much as four feet since the the Crosby level by 12 inches, \
residents blame with "draining" their lake to Its lowest one canal had been dug,connect with the work being com- 80.Engineers will present the'council
ing the two lakes. pleted on the previous Friday. with a revised sewer \:
Leon Conner, a long-time The small dam is under the and water ordinance to adoptat
TORODE DENIES DISCRIMINATION :. : Crosby Lake resident, and Sampson Road trestle about the next meeting May 20. ::1
  • j,Agriculture Doyle Conner who Neil Crawford, speaking on which the public ;
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    -.::- .' ...:. .Anti-'Mobile'' Home AttitudeCharged I.\\' !ds.a "jmembrr.oC.the HE...said*.. ha1I..9l.J lit I\f. Mmty'Rx4a' / >!.ia i _,,eSe4"! said_ JJ4Lt4.
    that when the : K 1ck 1' '' ''""" '
    I' water recededthe fishermen, said that'by. raising } matY4 ::!: ( : : :
    fish in the lake also left the level only 12 inches (Included :,In the ,. planning .
    "AH we have left out there is would not be doing too much survey will be an examinationof !
    no more than a mud hole. The good. the interior of sewer lines Tonight'LAWTEY
    To Zoning BoardSTARKE fishing is no good and people Scott's letter to the commis- with a television camera. The
    have to go out and swim in the sion said that in September, city is presently plagued with Faced with a
    muddy water, and instead of 1972, the excavation of a canal leaking sewer lines which Farmer's Home Administration -
    "I'm sick and' mobile homes as the home expressed the board's regretson Commissioner E.W. bathing you really need a bath between Crosby and Sampson cause ground water to be (FmHA) ruling that the
    tired of the anti-mobile home owner does" Bryan said. Torode's resignation as Hodges, a former member of when you come out of Crosby lakes was discovered by field introduced into the system city must spend all its money
    attitude of the zoning commis- John Torode quickly aroseto chairman of the zoning board the zoning board who resigned Lake now," Conner said. personnel of the Board of thus cutting down efficiency of before getting into the $100,000 I
    sion, and welcome the opportunity his feet and heatedly denied and thanked him for his dedi- upon his election to the Another resident, Frank E. Trustees of the IIF, and that the sewer plant. FmHA grant the city council '
    to recommend someone Bryan's charge of discrimination cated efforts while servingover commission, also expressedhis Barncord said when he pur- following an investigation it The city treatment plant will meet tonight (Thursday, I'
    who lives in one to a vacancyon leveled at the zoning the years. personal thanks to Torode. chased property it was sold to 1 1Sce Page IH: ) will also have to be reworked !May 8)) at 7:30: p.m. to decide
    the zoning board," said board, and said that the where to add onto its planned
    Commissioner Ralph Bryanas board's view was for overall t water system.
    he leveled a charge of dis-. land use planning for the The council has some
    crimination against the zoning county Torode admitted, Stolen Police Car Caught In Wild Ride Over County I $60.000 in borrowed, city, and
    board in property reclassifications however, the board had been FmHA monies to use for the
    for mobile homes. the bid the
    criticized by refusing to I additions since on
    Bryan charged the board "spot" zone in some cases. A typical accident investi- "We got enough excitementthis of small trees. No one was tance before he jumped awayto During this part of the chase, water system came in at
    with "looking down their The short-lived flare up and gation turned into a wild evening to last us a long hurt so the three of them stood avoid injury. the transmission went out on 360000. The city has $420.000
    noses" in some cases when the heated exchange of chase, suitable for the movies, time," said Deputy Sheriff by the sheriff's car talking Dempsey flagged down a the FliP patrol car and the to spend including the
    considering mobile home remarks came shortly afterTorode's when a Bradford County John Dempsey, whose car was and waiting for the Highway motorist and rode a short distance two officers were left stran' $100,000 FHA rant $70.000
    applicants and said that the letter of resignationas sheriff's car was stolen and the one stolen. His car will go Patrol. with him until FHP ,,ded.Bradford the city is cont biding and
    zoning board was of re- chairman of the zoning raced all over the south side of 120 mph, Dempsey said, and Hardy walked around to the Trooper L.G. Manning County Deputy $250,000 the city/'will borrow
    zoning some areas guilty in the board had been read by the the county in an attempt to Hardy must have been going other side of the car, makingno arrived. Manning and Steve Backus met Hardy head from FmHA. .
    county from mobile commission. Torode, who has elude police Tuesday after- wide open. rash moves and then Dempsey chased Hardy southon on and nearly collided head on Displaying chagrin that it
    home use.away been associated with the noon. Dempsey answered a call on suddenly jumped in the SR-100 and called for assistance with the oncoming car Hardy can't either save money by not
    :'You want to put them in a county's zoning problems and The chase involved at least an accident at the Michigan driver's seat and took off in swung around on a grade road spending as much as planned
    swamp where no one else their solutions since 1963, gave 15 official cars from six Ranch Bar on SR-100. He the car that was already They caught Hardy near that leads to Forsyth Road or use the "extra" $60.000 for
    would live. The zoning board "strictly personal reasons"for departments and lasted over found Tom Hardy, 23, and his running. Dempsey tried to Hope Baptist Church in and traveled south on Forsythto other badly needed city
    doesn't seem to realize that his resignation. 40 minutes of high speed wife standing by their car climb into the passenger side Theressa. Hardy had turned Meng Dairy Road. He flew projects, the council reluc-
    we are In a poverty level Before submitting his driving. which was wrecked in a bunch and was dragged a short dis- around and headed north. into Hampton and was inter- tantly Monday night agreed
    county and the young folks resignation Torode recom- cepted by two Starke police- the best thing under the FmHA
    just getting'married simply mended that another building men Kenneth Carlton and ruling is to spend the entire
    cannot afford a new home.. .inspector be employed to Committee's Recommendation Lane Sibley. $420,000 the best way it can.
    Even so they have just as replace Bill Woods, who died Willie Searcy another
    much right for good land form last March.In Starke policeman joined the
    suggesting that Bradford chase and all four cars chased
    county resort to the fee Hardy out of Hampton to US-
    ] .i system in handling building Continuing Union EMC 301. All the cars played cat
    W 1 ProjectLAKE
    inspections Torode was of the and mouse on 301 from SR-18
    :.g: =il opinion that the cost on a fee to Mutual Lumber Co.
    ....'It' :::r%=-, basis would eventually cost BUTLER With fed- eight counties, and that salary, but the matter was hear a recommendation from Hardy finally turned around. r"i
    --,:: more than the salary providedfor eral funding of Union County's amount could be applied to indefinite at this time. the county's EMC committee. and headed back south on 301
    ij--! J 1i!,.-.l a building inspector.The Emergency Medical Service Wilson's salary after June 30.' Wilson also requested that Members on that committeeare where he stopped and gave ..
    ? commission approved expiring on June 30 in the Commissioner Paul Riherd his salary be increased to commissioner Gerald himself up just north of SR-18 .
    1jj-: !" the employment of a building eight county experimental said that funds available $12,000 per year. His annual Griffis, Doyle Archer Glen in the south bound lanes.
    inspector on motion of Com- project, the commissioner's through the Comprehensive salary now is set at $128 per Howard,John Whitehead, Jim "He drove like a mad man."
    FISH FRYSaturday. missioner George Roberts, agreed Tuesday May 6, to call Employment Training Act week or $6,656 annually. Nichols and Robert A. exclaimed Dempsey, "I
    May 10 with E.W Hodges and Chair- upon the county's EMC (GETA) could perhaps be Before making any decision Driggers. Two vacancies existon mean, it was a wonder no one
    4:30-7p.m. man Dave Shuford voting for committee for their recom- made available, for Wilson's the commissioners decided to the committee, one caused was hurt, especially when he
    At Brooker the motion and commis- mendations for the future by the death of Covington came barrelling through
    Sponsored by sioners Ralph Bryan and operation of the county Woodley on January 1, and the Hampton with all the people
    Brooker Volunteer Dave Paulk voting against. project.Concerned. Worthington Spgs. VotersTo other caused by Dr. Goldstein, standing around wonderingwhat
    Fire Department Torode also recommendedthe in particular was who no longer resides in the was going on." Lawtey Mayor Robert
    commissioners appoint-- Jerry Wilson who operatesthe county. "It was like a circus down Scott receives a handmade
    Adults JI.OOChildren ment of Art Kiefer as the zon- Union Ambulance Servicefor Commissioner Gerald there on 301," said Dempsey.At gavel from George llolllday.
    1.50 ing board's new chairman. the county. With federal Elect' Officials July 8WORTHINGTON' Griffis was not too receptiveto least 15 patrol cars were in carpentry instructor at the
    (under 12)) With two vacancies on the funds being unavailable after the commissio rs' .deci- on the chase five from the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
    zoning board, caused by June 30, Wilson wanted to sion. Florida Highway Patrol 2 Center The gavel was presented
    ----- Torode's resignation and a know just exactly where he SPRINGS county supervisor of elections, "Every time we met and Waldo Police cars 2 Clay at Monday night's
    previous resignation by Pat stood insofar as his salary is Mayor Garnet Dukes proclaimed Lottie Lee Archer, and any tried to get something done County Sheriffs, 2 Bradford meeting after llolllday madeIt
    OPEN HOUSE Farnsworth, Kiefer suggestedthat concerned which is paid prin- that the town'sbiennial qualified Worthington resident before we got shot out of the County Sheriffs and 3 Starke at the request of Miss
    Set Wednesday one of the replacementsshould cipally from federal funds. election would be who Is not registered saddle and I finally got tired of City Police cars. Delia Rosenberg.
    14 see the appointment of held this year on Tuesday may do so at the county court- it In fact I resigned from the During disucssions at the
    at a woman and the other should Clerk Robert Driggers July 8. house in Lake Butler. committee at one time," City Council meeting on the Discussed Monday was
    Head Start Center represent a mobile home expressed the opinion that Up for election will be the Closing date for new registrations Griffis said. incident, one councilman was enlarging the system to include -
    Old RJE SchoolTo interest. some of the"big wheels" were five seats on the town council and qualifying He later relented and said heard to sar, "He didn't havea the motels in north Law-
    Observe Chairman. Dave.. Shuford turning in order to keep fed- and the office of mayor, who periods for prospective candi- that he would work with the chance,. when told how tey and a loop to pick up more
    National eral funds flowing Into the are elected for two year terms dates for office will be an- committee and come up with a many police cars were in the houses in the southern part. of
    Head Start Day Shrine Dinner project and that after attend- each. The town's charter does nounced later Mayor Dukes recommendation to the com- wild chase. the city.
    ing a meeting in Jacksonville not provide for staggered mission.In Hardy is being held in the A decision was made for a
    RefreshmentsPublic Set May 17 recently he was advised that terms In any of its elective said.Meeting for the first time other matters at Tues- Bradford CountyJail and is change in specifications to
    InvitedTo all of the eight counties had offices, permitting a whole- Tuesday night May 6 in its day's meeting, the commissioners charged with larceny of an make the main trunk lines of
    Visit ClassesCwb..l' Tickets are now on sale for expended their alloted sale removal of the elected recently completed $36,000 : auto and fleeing or attemptingto the water six Inch pipes, In-
    the annual chicken supper monies, with the exception of officials, if the electorate town hall the council was -After hearing George flee from police officers stead of four inches as called
    Saturday May 17,,, S to 7:30: Union County. should so vote. Informed by Mayor Dukes of Langley, county road superintendent Besides the transmission for now..The change for some
    p.m at the Starke Elementary Driggers said that accord- In announcing the election the bid opening on equipmentand explain the condition trouble with the highway 4,000 feet will cost $t per
    I ( Cafeteria,, sponsored by I Ing to his best information at Mayor Dukes requested that draperies for the new of one of the county's road patrol car, a Starke city car linear foot, said Engineer ('
    Urjr, (Cammunttu the Starke Shrine Club to help I the present!time i that $2,400 any qualified resident who is building.. The county com graders decided to advertisefor ,was towed in with a bursted Ralph Eng of Sverdrup Ii Par-
    Stair Hank support the 19 pediatric' had been ;alloted .to each not registered to do so at once mission, in accordance: with a bids on a new one. The cost radiator\ hose .while another cels and Associates of Gaines-
    hospitals and three burns ,county beyond June\ 30, to provide In order to vote In the conning previous agreement with the of repairs needed on the old got if cracked oil pan while ville.
    ACCMNIM..NcwJiiwri*Up hospitals 'operated by the a partial.salary paymentto election council, is to furnish up to grader *would be too expen crossing a railroad track. The Eng reported Monday night
    lIoe.litlceC T M.Mky/ : Shriners at a cost of $32.5 an emergency medical The town's official registration $9.000 toward its cost in ex-. sive. Langley said that it hu d car Hardy was driving pickedup there has been no objections to
    million annually. coordinator In each, of the list is now handled by the (See Page 12) 'Se Page tz) a nail and flattened a tire. like Hag. lx> I

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    Shower May 2 s Susan }Faulkner May Fr1lG '.
    23,bride-elect was honored at es
    2 Mobile Homes With A Mrs. Joe Davis of Lulu, a a bridal shower Thursday
    former Starke resident, was night May 1, given by Mrs.
    honored at a stork shower last Ervin Andrews on Edwards
    \ 19OOO Rebate % Friday night given by Mrs. A. r Road
    B. Whitehead, Mrs J. G. Mrs. Andrews presented
    Jackson, Mrs. B. M. McRae, corsages to the bride-elect,
    Plus You'll Receive Mrs. Bishop Myrick, Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Paul
    Wesley Moody and Mrs. Faulkner, Sr., Mrs. J. B.
    5% Tax Rebate Woodrow Thomas. Bakken, Jr., mother of the
    The party was held at the prospective groom and Mrs.
    .", Whitehead home where a pink Nelson Green,grandmother of
    Both Homes and blue color motif was the prospective groom.
    carried out. The refreshmenttable 7D Arrangements of white and
    3 Br Bath & 34A was covered with a yellow daisies and fern were
    white linen cloth and centered Left to right: Mrs. Blaine Thompson, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, used in the party room and the
    You Cannot Afford with a pink floral Mrs. E.K. Tanner, Mrs.. V.J. Spongier and Miss Norma gift table was centered withan 7,
    arrangement. C'unova. arrangement of the same
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    Games with prizes were flowers. .IfJi:
    enjoyed by the 30 guests Woman's Club Holds Annual Miss Mary Faulkner of
    during the party hours, 7:30: Lake Butler won the prizes at Norma Tetstone,
    and 9:30: p.m. the two games that were
    / The hostesses presented the May Breakfast SaturdayThe played by the 25 guests. Danny BassEngagement
    honoree with a electric baby Assisting in serving were
    I I IOlin's food warmer as a memento of annual May Breakfastof Miss Kathy Taylor sang ac- Mrs. Townsend Strickland,
    the occasion the Woman's Club of Starkewas com pained by Miss Cindy Mrs. Gladys Edwards and
    \ held at noon Saturday at Canova at the piano Miss Mrs. Dave Paulk. '
    the club house. Kathy Casey, flute and W. B. Mrs. Andrews presentedMiss Mr. and Mrs. Ruey' Lee
    of van-colored McKinney, violin, played a Tetstone announce the
    Dr. Huge urns Faulkner with an
    Mobile Home R. E. Dopson day lilies graced the steps and medley of songs accompained electric toaster as a mementoof engagement of their daughter,
    stage. A beautiful May pole in by Mrs. L. A. Canova at the the occasion. Norma, to Danny Roise Bass,
    rainbow colors and spring piano Miss Kathy Casey, son of J.T,' Bass and Mrs.
    Hwy 100 964-5606 ChiropracticPhysician flowers centered the entranceto flute, and Mrs. Canova playeda Joyce Bass, all of Brooker.
    the club. Small May baskets group of songs. Jayne Hardy The wedding will be an
    Open 6 Till Dark Mon Sal 1-6 Sun centered each dining table. Mrs. H. C. Hitch, past event of June 21 in the Churchof
    Colorful arrangements of president, installed the 1975-76 Given ShowerIn God of Prophecy, Brooker.
    roses were placed on the officers: president, Mrs. V. J.
    964.8018 mantel, the head table and the Spengler; first vice-president, AtlantaMiss Little Women
    Mrs. John C. Greene second
    piano. Mrs. George Roberts, ;
    Call St. Jr. and her committee were vice-president, Mrs. S. W. Jayne Hardy, August 2 Honor Potential
    : commended for the Hamilton; third vice- bride-elect, was com-
    decorations.Mrs. president, Mrs. Eugene plimented ata lingerie shower
    Eugene Tanner, ,Tanner; fourth vice- and luncheon Saturday, May Members MondayThe
    president, honored the 14 past president, Mrs. J. Blaine 3, given by Mrs. G. J. Kane
    presidents who were present Thompson; corresponding and Miss Janice Brown in Little Women's Club
    including Mrs. Thelma secretary, Mrs. One Wiggins; Atlanta Ga. honored seven potential mem-
    Mendoza of Jacksonville and recording secretary Miss bers at their meeting Monday
    Mrs. Marie Houpt of Orlando. Norma Canova; treasurer. The luncheon, served in the night.
    Each was presented with a Mrs. Joseph Dorko. diningroom, carried out the Debbie Branson, president,
    rose corsage. Mrs. Mendozawas garden scene motif. Green presided over the meeting
    president in 1929-1930, and white cloths covered the where several upcoming
    which is the earliest president dining tables and were cen- events were discussed.
    living. Mrs. Edward Burns is Mrs Louie Belle Parks, who tered with potted plants. Refreshments were servedin
    next in seniority, 1934.1935 spent the past two weeks in the sunroom from a lace
    with Mrs. L. A. Canova Atlanta with relatives, spent Among the guests were Mrs covered table which was centered -
    I following, 19361937. the weekend at Disney World J. E. Hardy of Starke, motherof with an arrangement of
    A musical) program with Mr. and Mrs. George the honoree, and !Mrs. white and yellow roses, mums
    tertamea tne members ana Parks of Atlanta.Insurance. Fowell Mendenhall of Athens, and baby's breath.
    Gonq guests during the luncheon Ga. mother of the prospective Hostesses were Kathy
    .. Locke, Karen Glover,
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    The hostesses presented the Ormsbee, Ann Allen, Barbara
    honoree with a corsage and Godwin,Pam Tucker, Melissa
    personal gift as a memento of Rutledge and Brenda Roberts.
    the occasion

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    Tia Thornton with
    i Jeff Wrenshall were the Church
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    youth pastor
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    nard Moore, counselor, attended -
    and !Mrs Ed Wainwright were
    Home Workmans Compensation Farm Liability second and !Mrs S.W. Hamilton the Nationwide Youth
    Conference in Lynchburg, Pa.
    I and Mrs. F.J. Shaw were'
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    Mary Sue Underhill! Ronnie TomlinsonWed Mrs. Roy Tomlinson, P / T M w'al. w

    I Gives Rehearsal "Jona 't

    April 26 At Madison st. Baptist

    Dinner April 25 Mr. and Mrs. H. Van Mootyof
    Miss Mary Sue Underhill Miami were Wednesday
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Jack Mrs. Roy Tomlinson was visitors of Mrs. Harry Mooty.
    Underhill ahd Ronnie E> hostess at a dinner party i

    Tomlinson, son of' Mrs. Roy Friday night, April 25, at the Jennifer Haas
    Tomlinson, and the late Mr Holiday Inn for her son, Mr. daughter of
    : Tomlinson all of Starke, were Ronnie, and his fiancee, Mary and Mrs. WS. Haas, has
    pledged Zeta Tau
    united in marriage Saturday, Sue Underhill, following the Alpha social
    sorority at
    : April 26, at 8 p.m. in the couple's wedding rehearsal. State
    ., Madison Street Baptist ? J The U-shaped dining table College, according to an

    ", h. ; 'r was covered with a gold cloth announcement. Zeta Tau
    Alpha has had a chapter at
    Rep. Denton. Sumrall and held an arrangement of VSC
    May 1971.
    .. med the nuptials. orange gladioli, yellow ,
    .' Highlighting the altar,were pompoms and purple statice.
    1two: standing baskets of mixed The head table was centered L.F. Dinkins underwent .
    :: pastel spring flowers with a with a silver candelabra with surgery Tuesday in North Flo-
    l centered arrangement of the burning tapers. Place cards rida Regional Hospital. ti 7v r

    ., same flowers. In the marked the seating
    background were two tree 7 t fJy arrangement for the 32 guests. Mrs. Claude Crowson, whois
    Left to right: Dimples Overstreet Connie Best Cecelia Young
    candelabras and arched The a patient in Alachua Gen- Sandy Davis Marie W.tnn.
    prospective groom Harriet Bryan Vonda Stephens Brenda Slade Cherie Cox and Itarburu
    f candelabras with tapers and presented gifts to his attendants eral Hospital, has' had as I'alra.v.
    visitors Mr. Crowson, Mrs.
    greenery. during the dinner.
    Mrs., Vernon Reddish, Harry Mooty, Mr. and Mrs. New Xi Iota Chapter Of Beta Sigma Phi
    ft* soloist and Paul Faulkner, ..c- Raleigh Brannen, Barry

    f- organist, presented a Andrews, Mrs. John Miller, Installs Officers April 30 At Slade HomeSTARKE
    program of nuptials music. TI.I 1joJw Mrs. W.J. Epperson and Mr.
    Wayne Blankenship servedas Is and Mrs. J.E. Tomlinson and
    best man and the ushers daughter, Jenny. The Exemplar Also attending the ceremony At the conclusion of the
    Mrs. John Greene and son i installation, champagne and
    were Randy Joiner John Ceremony and Installation of were Ritual of Jewels
    Arthur Reddish Leaton Curtis: spent the Mr. and Mrs. J.I. Ogden of Officers for the newly char members from Starke's horn d'ocuvres were served.

    Morgan, III and Larry H her parents, Mr. and Pompano Beach were Sunday tered chapter Xi Iota Delta of Gamma Theta chapter and
    Williams. Mrs. H.L. Chancey in Wacissa dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority was Keystone Heights' Pi Psi
    Mrs. XrYI and celebrated Mrs. Chancey's E.J. Dowling, Sr conducted at the home of I
    attended as matron of honor. 80th birthday. Brenda Slade Wednesday charter was established last Tire Sale ,

    She wore a long floor length f : Mrs. Levon Andrews, Mrs. night April 30.Gainesville year through Gamma Theta
    poly crepe gown with an Mrs. Marguerite Corn of Guy Andrews Mrs. T.C. Xi Phi chapter as a Friendly Venture and XI 4 Ply Polyftter
    empire waist V-insert bodice yr Lakeland is visiting Miss Hazen, Mrs. Ervin Andrews, officers served as officiants Iota Delta was chartered by 14 or is'.
    with a V-shaped neckline anda '"t :\ Madge Middleton. Miss Mrs. Olin White and Mrs. J.E. for the Ritual and installation. Gamma Theta members eligible ".?.', $71.21G.70's
    Middleton also has as guest .Hardy attended the Decorator President Anne for into SN.I1N.75Y
    Altmayer progression *
    hot-pink capelet with back ) MO.W
    this week Mrs. Elizabeth Dill-
    Show House in Jacksonville conducted the gold and white Exemplar.
    butterfly sleeves. She "
    wore a "
    i ,> ard of Fort Worth
    \ Texas
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    r ,Monday.Mr. candlelight Exemplar Ceremony GLASS BELTED RADIAL
    large flop hat ,
    J ;;'(j, ,
    ""J, ,"" and Vice President Ellie
    with .
    a light pink crown and ,
    .." Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early
    .and Mrs. S.W. Hamiltonof Jenkins installed the officers.
    hot pink and light pink brim ;, -- er&onatA STEEL BELTED RADIALS
    returned last Wednesday froma
    with hot pink streamers. She .2 : :: ,: Starke and Mark Hamiltonand Other Xi Phi members assist-

    carried a white wicker basketof ...,4 -0:0": .... nine Mobile day,visit Ala. with relativeson Mr. and Mrs. George ing were: Danez Mason Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Welty HR GR..7B'l 7B'I 145.37 KB 30
    Hamilton of attendedthe JoAnn Robinson and Hazel
    fresh and mixed Tampa
    greens and family visited the Jack- JR 71'0 14',4'

    pastel Mrs.flowers.Allen Lynn Miss Jan the door and Mrs. John Arthur Vernon Reddish, Mrs. Gene Mrs. W.G. Godwin and Mary wedding Beth of Moore Gary Hamiltonto in War- Register.Charter members and new- sonville Zoo Saturday GLASS BELTED

    Taylor, Miss Gina Sumner Reddish kept the bride's book. Sumner, Mrs. Denton daughter, Linda, of Chagrin ner Robins, Ga. Saturday ly installed officers of Xi Iota Mrs. D.C. 'Forehand and POLYESTER 4+ 2F.7I'
    and Mrs. Cindy Sumner were Standing in the receiving Sumrall, Mrs. John Greene, Falls, Ohio are visiting Mrs. afternoon.Mr. Delta are: President Barbara 122.31Q.7I'
    Mrs. Bessie Grace of
    bridal attendants. line were the bride and groom, Mrs. Jimmy Young, Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. Eve Patray, Vice President Albany. MJ tH
    They wore (
    their mothers and bridal Godwin and other relatives for Brenda Slade Ga were guests ofMrs .7B", nus
    gowns identical to the honor Jack Edwards and Mrs. Dave and Mrs. A. Russell Recording
    attendant except a soft shadeof attendants.The Paulk. ten days. Also visiting Mrs. Norman spent the weekend at Secretary Harriet Bryan. Cor- T.T. Long.
    Their hats bride's table was Following a wedding trip to Pearce is another daughter, Bal Harbor where Mrs. responding Secretary Sandy
    pink. were a light
    shade of pink and carried centered with a four tiered North Carolina and Tennesseethe Mrs. Edna Hill of Upland, Norman attended the state Davis Treasurer Connie Best. Mr. and Mrs. M.C, Wells Thomas OilCompany

    wicker baskets of the same wedding cake with fountain couple is residing at Calif. convention of the Delta Kappa Extension Officer Dimple have had as visitors Mr. and
    flowers. flanked by two candelabrasand Kingsley Lake. Gamma Society. Mrs. Nor- Overstreet; Cherie Cox. Mrs Allan Arbuthnot and
    Little Miss Karen Morganwas mixed spring flowers. The bride and groom are Debbie Spengler, Cindy Mitchell man has served on the state Vonda Stephens Marie Wynn Mrs J.II. Wells. Sr. of Lake
    flower and Draped in front of the white both graduates of Bradford and Anne Haynes graduated scholarship and research and Cecelia Young Each Alford on Saturday afternoon 964.6206 603 S. W.lnulSI
    gown similar girl to the wore bridal a lace cloth was a garland of High School. The bride at- from North Florida committees for the past two received a long stemmed and Miss June HllnSl'and: Stark, Florid'

    attendants with hot pink smilax roping caught at the tended St. Johns River Junior Junior College on Sunday. years. yellow rose and a framed Bill II. Wells of J.K-ksomillc PRICE INCLUDES ALL
    streamers and corners by pink stain bows College and is currently Debbie and Cindy were on the certificate as a moment on Sunday mill celebrated' TAXES AND MOUNTINGThe
    her hair. pink streamerin and streamers.On employed as secretary to the Dean's list for the last M I.C Well's 4lh( liirthd.is

    Chad Reddish served as either side of the table in County Agent. quarter.

    ring-bearer. He wore a white the background were two Mr. Tomlinson attended Local admittances to Brad-
    linen coat with burgandy arrangements of mixed spring Santa Fe Junior College and is ford County Hospital this

    punts, white shirt and (lowers centered with an employed with Seaboard week Include: Mrs. Inez Stewart -
    burgandy lie arched candelabra.The Coast Line in Jacksonville. Farah Johary and

    Given in marriage by her two punch tables were Douglas Briscoll Raiford;
    lather the bride covered with lace cloths and Luke Mrs.
    wore a Mrs. Mary Evelyn
    candlelight silk satere mist held a garland of smilax GOSSIP Sellers, Mrs. Ann Forsyth,
    A-line with hi-rise roping caught at the corners Curtis Muse Mrs Dorothy ,,
    gown with pink satin bows. Each fCHd You Know1 Ire'-i .
    \emse face neckline with Bagwell Mrs. Sarah Strick-
    table held ,
    recnibroidercd Natlengham mixed an arrangement of land, Mrs. Evelyn Bradley,
    lace accents at the bodice and spring flowers. Mrs. Eliza Fancher, Mrs.
    decorated with Mrs. Edwin Williams Mrs. ,Jimmy Andrews son of Mr.
    seed pearls. Jane Thomas, Mrs. Susan
    ....;.Tlw iioyin\ hyd! \,lwU bishop Mane Seimer and Mrs. Oren and Mrs. James L. Andrews Geiger, Miss Jeanie Burton,
    has been awarded research
    Derkman cut ,the.
    cake.; a k J!
    eswtlhuppliquesof lace Starke
    ; :s t.e\ Mrs. Ruth Johns ;
    and seed pearls terminating to Presiding at( the punch bowls, grant at Furman Universityfor Mrs. Lena Holzendorf, Mel-
    were Mrs. Ervin Andrews the summer of 1975. This
    ti lace culf. There was lace rose Mrs. Marie Crawfordand
    U>rders on the hemline and Mrs. Bobby L. Taylor Mrs. J. grant will enable Andrews to ; Francis Kempton, .
    W. Jackson and Miss Kathy conduct research under a '
    lull detached
    train Lawtey; and Robert Harris,
    Her cap of lace secured her Brown Others assisting in project entitled Paleographicand Keystone Heights.Mr. <
    lull length mantilla ending serving were Mrs. Wayne Stratigraphic evidencesof
    with border Douglas Mrs. Don Staton trace elements with regard \
    U i ol luce. Sheciirricd.il and Mrs. K.O. Padgett
    Mrs Pierce to coals of the Eastern United
    Crews Mrs <
    bouquet of of Plant City are Wednesdayto
    Tracey E. Griffis. Mrs. States. Andrews was one of 12
    while roses and stephanotis Saturday: guests of Mr. and \ f
    with polished ivy centered lA'Uton Morgan Jr., Mrs. students selected to partici- Mrs. P.D. Reddish.Mr. f ft
    with u i white Ccitclc orchid.A David Lawson, Mrs. Charles pate in a summer research <

    reception was held in the SIuH.1\1rs, Harold Epps Mrs. program sponsored by a and Mrs. Owen McRae 4
    cluiiTbsoci.il hall. Mrs N. P. Eldon: Supp. Mrs Tullie $19,600 grant from the and son, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ]
    !Norman Mrs. National Science Foundation
    Joiner greeted the guests ;it Hudy Supp McRae Mr. and Mrs. Tullie
    Mrs. Richard Underhill Mrs.
    Norman and Barney McRae .i
    ] t
    Mrs. Godwin and
    those attending the 4
    daughter. Barbara and Mrs. are among .
    McRae family reunion Sundayat
    4 .fy
    Lola Johnson attended the
    Bushnell. y
    Johnson family reunion at j

    Cross Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 4

    Thomas celebrated their 40th 4
    Mrs. W.H. Green and
    '. children of Tallahassee wedding anniversary Satur- ...
    the weekend with Mrs spent Lex day night with dinner at Capt."II First Game IsAlwaysACrucial
    Joe's Restaurant in Palatka.
    :.. ., Green. Mrs. Green joined the
    ,. .-- '':I,''""'.'-"IIM" : family on Sunday.
    Mrs. Edward Burns of
    : ::; it.e &' I Game To
    .. .." Jacksonville will be here Win
    Mr. and Mrs.. J.G. Jackson
    ) '!I Saturday to visit Mrs. L.D.

    4 ;; t.t. ):;. a w '' .J' Tuesday und visited Mrs.Mrs.of Ila last Ham Bessie week.in Etheridge Chief land days.Vining and friends for several It's Important To Get A Good Start

    Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon
    .. ? 7 Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of
    !! .
    \ and family of Jacksonvillewill ...
    Ocala weekend of
    were guests spend the weekend with "II
    Mr. and Mrs. George W.
    Mrs. Gladys Weldon.
    a .-.' ..., r. Guaranty Federal

    7 AMN David George of Tin BRADFORD
    Olfutt AFB. Omaha. Neb. is CWNTY TKI.EORAPIIPublished
    i home on 13 days leave with his every Thursday! Savings and Loan Assoc.
    "', parents. Mr. and Mrs. William at 138 W. 'all Street

    % ? George Stark Florida 32091 395 W. Madison

    Mrs. Sarah Cooper has Second Class postage paidat 964-5000
    returned to the Dr. P.G. Felos Starke.Florida

    stalf und Mrs. Peggy Thomas
    has retired from the staff. Subscription Rates:

    In trade area: 16.00 per It's Very Crucial For A Come In
    year: 3.50 six months Today
    ) Cynthia Campbell William Thomson, III

    Outside trade area: 17.00 Young Family To Start A
    And Talk To Our
    peryeari: (..00 six months Friendly
    i Wedding Held March 29 In Sebring

    .. _rl' Saving Plan Early Staff About A Personalized

    Miss Cy nlhia Leo Campbell tulle "l'i1'US gathered in a !

    font William' Henry Thomson cup of fresh d.iisies. She 'rt This Will Provide Your Family Savings Program Designed
    carried bridal "
    III. were united in marriage a\ bouquet MAY e I0
    on Saturday evening.( March\ unite daisies accented with
    With The
    29 at 8 p.m. at the First tern and baby's breath. Her Grand Opening Security You Need For Your Particular Savings

    I'niled Methodist Church in only jewelry'was 11\ double

    bring. hiring of buoy pearls gift of GEM JEWELRY When Emergencies Arise. Needs.
    The bride is the daughter of her parents on her Kith birthday -
    {'ol. I iHet.) and Mrs. Guy; ,The gow nand veil vveremade 109 E Call SI

    j Lucked Campbell ol .Sebring. by her mother. To All Our Ladies. A FREE CORSAGE' Here's What You Earn
    milt the groom is the son of Mrs Phillip Jacobs of
    Mrs.i William II. Thomson Jr. Itiverdile. :N.Y.'; sister of the To The First 200 Of Our ladies WE ALSO HAVE COMMERCIAL

    and the late !Mr. Thomson of groom served us matron of A Drawing Of Three Gift Annual Annual Minimum Minimum Type of'
    Monticello. The groom is also honor. Mrs Brian Hamilton Yield' Rate Term Investment AccouM

    the brother of Mrs. Brian also sister of the groom. was Certificates & HOME MORTGAGE MONEY

    Hamilton and nephew of !Mrs maid of honor. 5 25.00 S15.00'I10.00' 7.79' r 7.50 o 1-IOYrs. 100.000 Certificate
    and Miss W. Frederick Thomson ,
    John 'W. Griffin 7 79' 1 7.50' 4Yrs. 1,000 Certificate
    of Starke. served as his brother's best Just Up Nothing To Buy
    Lillian Sign
    ...... 693', 6.75% 2'/j Yrs. 1.000 Certificate
    The Hev. G. Udell Mileyofficiated man nnd the groomsman You Need
    Not Be
    Present To Win I 6'72' "
    { 6 SO b 1 Year 1,000 Certificate
    at the double-ring Morris Miller Monticello.! Gt
    l'remOIl1lrs' Jack D. Ushers were Brad Flovd and cWe Are Under New Management C J'- : i--.Lll'--, [ 592' 5,75"0 90 Days 1.000 Certificate
    David Ward both of Mon 539', 5.250'0 NONE NONE Pa8 book
    owrbl'). organist provided V wand," < s' Of"j 0..' ....*.* 10 r'N'g'n
    -- .
    music. ticello. The ringbearer was
    nuptial war r. C.v.. .JO,\.; .
    When are'left
    The bride given in little five year old Todd earnings to compound dally'for one
    t 1
    marriage by her father worea :Thomson nephew. of the Gerry Wallace Mildred Woodburn year '
    Y-r) Want To Wish All Mothers /)
    traditional wedding gown groom. x And Mothers To Be GAINESVILLE: 220 N. MAIN 3501 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. There Is a substantial 'Interest penalty on Certificate u
    A reception held InLaytOn i/ .
    satin was
    featuring a
    quiana / Ptani In <
    ass of.e"ly wltlldrw.I
    1 1Ilullreneckline.. Embroidered Hall following the. umlrrf /'- !" Iul'raIe.. J 3300 S.W. ARCHER ROAD STARKE: 395 MADISON-.. '

    lace ,daisies ceremony. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: LAWREr-lCEL: |LVD.. & SYLVAN WAY, ,Alt fetes' and,plans are subject to be withdrawn without
    outlined I the ''empire waist Mr. and Mrs. Thomson are -.. notice. '
    neck. I rain and hemline of the making their home in Lamont.. '- :;
    Kown.1f The mantilla length Fla -

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    1 TELEGRAPH May 8. 1975 .
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    Bradford Drama Students Norma Lou Redding,' Glenn Griffis ---

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    Perform Children's Play" Repeat Vows April 25 In Lawtey ..' :)


    A children's play was pre- Forrest Blankenship Beth publicity Loren Carter giving double ring candlelight cere
    sented by the Bradford High Crews Bev Meng, Lucy Bradley cues, Rosie Richardson mony.

    School Drama Club to all the Kevin Minton Jackie designing props, and Glenda The altar was highlightedwith

    elementary schools in the Smith, Susan Edwards Epps Glen Page and Bud two baskets of spring flowers -

    county on Tuesday morningand Teresa Spivey Luanne Gayles working the lighting.The against a background of

    afternoon. Harmon, Cindy Edwards, arched candelabras and can-
    "Twelve Dancing PrIn- Glenda Jackson and Cindy delabra trees. r
    cesses" was performed by the Bryan. drama members pay

    cast of Sheri Starling, Vicki The play was directed by for the production and put on a A program of nuptial music
    Williams, Debbie Hall, Ellen Mrs. Marian Stotzer with similar play each year for the was presented by Mrs. Elaine

    George, Tim Blankenship, Debbie Branson in charge of young students. Starling sister of the bride.

    w James :Starling brotherinlaw -
    ::;...,;::;: = -. 4ziy Ll of the bride attended as

    best man. Ushers were Roger
    In. ;+ Redding and Sonny Staire.
    f .,I.licklnlnl I Mark Strickland served as

    I I / BUILDING CONTRACTOR ring bearer.

    Stal. Miss Diane Griffis sister of
    4 4m the attended as maidof John Wayne llersey. president of the Starke Civltan Club,
    l CUSTOM groom Bridesmaids is shown presenting a check for $1,018.50 to Mrs. Corine Cor-
    / honor. were
    496.2185 I belt, president and Resole Griffith, treasurer of the Brad
    and Elaine Wainwright
    Joy Redding -
    ford-Union Association for Retarded Citizens.
    COMMERCIAL Ann Starling, niece of
    I The 1018.50 check represents proceeds! from the (20-mile
    ", HOMES the bride, served as flower
    CONSTRUCTION bike-a-lhon sponsored by the Clvitan and Clvineltes dabs 34
    girl. All attendants wore Iden-
    riders participated In the bikeathon.The .
    tical blue and
    COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLERiHere's carried pale pink carnations.gowns money will be used by the Bradford-Union associationto

    -=--- AOTI start a shelter workshop for the retarded citizens. of both

    Given in marriage by her

    father the bride wore a long
    candlelight sata peau gown UCI Inmate

    I "Gae a I IA If It designed by Alfred Angela. y"J< ., .

    Chantilly lace fashioned a Mrs. Barney McRae and Flower Show

    scalloped solitaire neckline Mrs. Betty Crawford visited

    and bodice and accented the Mrs. Al Harley and family at Opens May 15
    r Renaissance sleeves. A double Merritt Island from Friday to

    ruffle of crystal pleating Monday.Mrs. .
    ? f topped by the lace completely More than 350 varieties of
    I rDrA encircled the hemline of the H.H. Adams and Mrs. plants will be on display dur

    1fI skirt and chapel length train. J.H. Moseley returned Satur ing the 15th annual Inmate
    She carried a cascade bouquetof day from 10 days visit with Flower Show at Union Correctional -
    /? ,A 4 4N 4n pink carnations and daisies relatives in Atlanta Little Institute which opens at

    I accented with brbies breath. Rock, Ark. and Memphis noon Thursday May. 15, for
    Tenn. three days.
    Several thousand viewers
    Following the ceremony a
    reception was held at the M.C. Wells entered the are attracted to this event
    James Starling home In Gainesville VA Hospital Wed- each year which is a part of

    Lawtey. Misses Karen Crawford nesday for throat surgery the UCA garden therapy pro
    I iI I Ij. Friday. to help' inmates
    and Denise Brewer cut gram

    If -- _. ,... "" the bride's cake. Mrs. Robin rehabilitate themselves.Last .
    f Witt and Mrs. Lula Mae Craw- Dr. H.H. Adams, Clyde B. year over 2.000 viewers

    1 Miss Norma Lou Redding", united in marriage Friday, ford served punch. Mrs. Judy Terwillegar, Jr., J.B. Godwin, registered and attended the
    daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. April 25, at 7:30: p.m. in the Hansen kept the bride's book. John Watson and Bill Adams show which is open to the
    Louin Redding of Starke and Evergreen Baptist Church of were golfing in Pinehurst, public with no charge for
    Glenn Joseph Griffis son of Lawtey.Rev. Following a wedding trip to N.C. last week. Bill Adams admission.The .

    !Mr. and !Mrs. Joseph (Pat) C.L. Redding uncle of south Florida .the couple is remained to compete in the show will close. at noon

    Griffis of Glen St. Mary were the bride performed the residing in Lawtey. North-South Golf Tourna Saturday, !May 17.

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    I Bradford Drama Students : Norma Lou Redding,' Glenn Griffis .

    Perform Children's PlayA Repeat Vows April 25 In Lawtey ... ,

    children's play was pre- Forrest Blankenship Beth publicity Loren Carter giving double ring candlelight cere
    sented by the Bradford High Crews, Bev Meng Lucy Bradley cues Rosie Richardson mony.
    School Drama Club to all the Kevin Minton Jackie designing props and Glenda The altar was highlightedwith
    elementary schools in the Smith Susan Edwards Epps Glen Page and Bud two baskets of spring flowers -
    county on Tuesday morningand Teresa Spivey Luanne Gayles working the lighting. against a background of k

    afternoon. Harmon, Cindy Edwards arched candelabras and can-
    "Twelve Dancing Prin- Glenda Jackson and Cindy delabra trees.A .
    cesses" was performed by the Bryan. The drama members pay

    cast of Sheri Starling, Vicki The play was directed by for the production and put on a program of nuptial music 1 d' 1 r .
    Williams, Debbie Hall, Ellen Mrs. Marian Stotzer with similar play each year for the was presented by Mrs. Elaine I
    George Tim Blankenship Debbie Branson in charge of young.students I Starling sister of the bride.

    James Starling brotherinlaw -
    of the bride, attended as \ Ii
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    1 2' '1 ; Redding and Sonny Staire. t
    ( Mark Strickland served as 'I '

    BUILDING CONTRACTOR T'r ring bearer.

    Stale C.,. /;.J 1r the Miss Diane attended Griffis as sister maidof of John Wayne Mersey president of the Starke Civitan Club,
    CUSTOM groom Is shown presenting a check for $1.018.SO to Mrs. Corlne 'or-
    honor. Bridesmaids were
    496-2185 belt, president and Kfssie Griffith treasurer of the Brad
    Joy Redding and Elaine Wain-
    BUILT ford-Union Association for Retarded Citizens
    wright. Ann Starling niece of
    COMMERCIAL The tl,018.5U check represents proceeds from the :20-mile
    HOMES CONSTRUCTION r the bride served as flower blke-a-thon sponsored by the Civitan and Clvinettes clubs. 34
    All attendants identical
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    riders participated In the bike-a-thon.

    COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER. I carried pale pink blue carnations.gowns and The money will be used by the Bradford-Union association
    ;"m* to start a shelter workshop for the retarded citizens of both

    Given in marriage by her
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    I designed by Alfred Angela. .CXQiM-NON I

    Chantilly lace fashioned a Mrs. Barney McRae and Flower Show

    scalloped solitaire neckline Mrs. Betty Crawford visited

    and bodice and accented the Mrs. Al Harley and family at Opens May 15
    Renaissance sleeves. A double Merritt Island from Friday to
    sf ruffle of crystal pleating Monday
    the lace completely More than 350 varieties of
    encircle the hemline of the Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mrs. plants will be annum during
    f i nl..zF skirt and chapel length train. J.H. Moseley returned Saturday the 15th Inmate

    She carried a cascade bouquetof from 10 days visit with Flower Show a t Union Correctional -
    pink carnations and daisies relatives in Atlanta Little Institute which opens at

    Q accented with brtries breath. Rock Ark. and Memphis noon Thursday May. 13, for
    Tenn. three days.

    F Following the ceremony a Several thousand viewers
    reception was held at the M.C. Wells entered the are attracted to this event
    James Starling home in Gainesville VA Hospital Wed- each year which is a part of

    Lawtey; Misses Karen Craw- nesday for throat surgery the UCA garden therapy pro
    1 ford and Denise Brewer cut Friday. gram to help Inmates

    i If the bride's cake. Mrs. Robin rehabilitate themselves.
    PA PE Witt and Mrs. Lula Mae Craw- Dr. H.H. Adams. Clyde B. Last year over 2,000 viewers

    Miss Norma Lou Redding, united in marriage Friday ford served punch. Mrs. Judy Terwillegar Jr., J.B. Godwin registered and attended the
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. April 25, at 7:30: p.m. in the Hansen kept the bride's book. John Watson and Bill Adams show, which is open to thi-
    Louin Redding of Starke and Evergreen Baptist Church of were golfing in Pinehurst public with no charge for
    to last week. Bill Adams admission.The .
    Glenn Joseph Griffis son of Lawtey. Following a wedding trip N.C.
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Pat) Rev. C.L. Redding, uncle of south Florida .the couple is remained to compete in the show will close. at noon
    Griffis of Glen St. Mary were the bride performed the residing in Lawtey. North-South Golf Tourna- Saturday May 17.INeeUeMO .


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    from where tankers U.S. Navy to the aircraft latest, I .. 'i .' ') '

    warplanes, are maintainedand I! ap ;
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    Cattlemen bare 'now' lacing 'is false l economy to try to savemoneyAY
    One of six such repair and v :
    maintenance facilities in the the most serious financial, ,no feeding minerals
    times. ,since.th y,cost only 1 to 3
    country is the Naval Air Reworks .' squeeze modern: percent of total production
    Cattle are selling 'srIyery. ,costs., '
    located at the Jacksonville depressed prices and ftp cost'
    Naval Air Station. Though the of every Item used In 7)) Develop programs l to
    NARF at Jax NAS is not the producing cattle Is at an all produce a two-way calf that
    largest of the six, it is a $90 fame high. The whole situationis can be sold as a slaughter calf
    million operation with a $44 y Li- further exaggerated t by, for "baby beef" or "light
    million annval payroll. With having beef cattle numbers at, beef" or to go into the feedlot.
    2,800 civilian civil service employees : an all time high. January 1,
    NARF is the largest 1975 cattle number figures 8)) Develop programs to have
    '/ employer in northeast recently released, show that "baby beef'' or "light beef"
    Florida : the total cattle population calves available over a longer

    Highly skilled teams from increased 3 percent In the U.S. period of time during the
    last but Increased year: For this program to be
    Jax NARF go all over the during year
    world to repair and test aircraft .,: 9 percent in the Southeast,and most,successful,. the auction
    in Florida."All market, feeder, packer and
    18 percent
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    sented and NARF has a very :! indications are
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    program for young people who possibly three years, before basis. "

    qualify, with pay starting at n titsf I Neel and sons, Donnie and Kevin,and friend Steve Rutledge as they toured the NA* facility cattle numbers decrease 9)) Produce heavy slaughter
    hour with the firstyear's appreciably.
    over $4 per recently during the first open, house In three years. During the Vietnam conflict Neel worked calves Suitable for "baby
    training. ,.w"- 10-hourdays to keep'planes In the air Many suggestions are being beef" at weaning: either by

    NARF is connected to Brad- made concerning what cat- some creep feeding or' by

    ford County by some 25-30 I NARF in 1957 as an appren- Neel works in a huge win- NARF facilities do tlemen should do Following giving these cows some accessto
    major a high quality
    local residents who work tice. Neel graduated in 1961 as dowless brick building and maintenance 'are some suggestions by Dr. temporary
    there. It's impossible to tell an electronics mechanic. crammed full of repairs on T. J. Cunha of the Universityof pasture to stimulate milk
    sophisticated aircraft which in
    exactly how many without a Don Neel explains how a radar from the nose of an A-7 Today he is a general foremanover electronic used in are sent for Florida which can be production and thus produce aheavier
    regular maintenance
    computer run, the Telegraphwas attack plane Is adjusted In an anechoic chamber, which looks four shops jammed with repairing equipment the complicated rons do routine maintenancewhile : Squad- considered as cattlemen in calf at weaning.

    told. like it came right from a Buck Rogers comic strip; The electronic equipment and electronics systems from the the aircraft are in use. Florida weigh the various 10)) Use as much forage as
    jagged, or fluted, foam paneling absorbs extraneous radia- supervises 150 employees. A-7 attack the alternatives available to produce the
    One such employee is Don E Navy's plane, When a system breaks down, .. possible
    tion and enables the radar to be tuned In to beams shot from them 3
    Neel who started to work at the screen to Neel's left The shops over which Neel RA-5C reconnaissance plane it is changed out of an aircraft y way calf which can be
    supervises in the Electronics and two-engine S-2 antisubmarine and sent to NARF 1)) Tighten upthe1 slaughtered as "baby beef" or
    Branch in the Avionics Division !- and patrol planes management and production "light beef" or sold to the

    Point of view'.e..e..n.........'....'......'........."".'".. l: look like something out of maintained by NARF-Jax. stance'An ,A-7 coming aircraft into ,NARF for for In- program: Eliminate' all ,feedlot.
    a Buck Rogers comic book. unnecessary expenses ;Jnd 11)) The demand for a
    I His shops are integrated elec- In April NARF-Jax will be- regular scheduled mainten- increases efficiency, of lightweight calf is very low.
    I tronics, electronics, radar, gin overhauling the big four ance will be put through a bat operation Therefore, develop production
    and counter measures (anti- engine P-3, a newer antisubmarine tery of tests to determine 'to beef
    City Zoners Face RealityThe radar devices), and patrol aircraft. which systems need repair. It 2)) Decrease cattle numbers programs production and thus increass
    even gets a new paint job, : This can be done by
    "I've got a good job and I There are the three planes from the skin out, with a culling all open caws and weaning weight and cows that
    like it," said Noel, who liveson assigned to NARF Jacksonville special new acrylic paint.A those producing the poorer' calve every year producea
    City Zoning Board now stands at ordinances drawn up to suit conditionsof Bessent Road just outside NARF facilities compete quality calves. This will heavy, high quality calf at

    the crossroads,and its members are well 15 years ago, and certainly not Starke, as he took his,familyon among each other to win pro- defective radar, for in- eliminate the loafers, free weaning.
    for a tour of NARF recently grams for certain planes. If stance, would go to Nee"sradar boarders. poor milkers and 12)) Develop a fertilization
    of this fact. adequate today's rapidly changing
    aware during the first open house at one shop, say Jacksonville, shop It would be completely mon@v losers in the herd. management program for
    world. the facility in four years. Not proves it can do a job faster a checked out, repaired, forage production based on
    Having seen their recommendation to too many people know about program might be taken away tested, and sent back to the 3))) Keep only the top approximate the latest recommendations:

    merge the city zoning and building Indicative of its interest in doing a NAKF, despite its size. from another NARF facility same plane it came from., heifers for 10 percent of for the a Maximum forage productionper
    inspection operations with that of the good job, the city zoners are now Antenna units from the A- few years: This will decrease unit costs is essential.

    county turned down by the City Council, devoting several hours a week to a study' 7D planes and are A-7E adjusted model in a attack small herd size and reduce cattle 13)) Keep abreast of new

    the City zoners are now faced with of the complex theory and practice of room, an anechoic chamber, numbers. developments and use them in

    obtaining a workable set of zoning or- zoning. After this training period is over wallpapered with tiuted'loam 4)) Where possible, sell cows evaluating the present status

    dinances, building codes, and land use they intend to proceed with the rubber to absorb extraneous and replace them with top and whether it needs some

    studies. necessary land use study and planningfor radiation, for instance. The quality weaned heifers. change.,
    .com is also soundless when
    the future.In closed with no equipment run- 5)) Increase'' herd produc- Cattlemen need to increase

    The obsolete ordinances, particularlyin ning, leaving the occupantwith tivity by rigidly culling and their efficiency of operationand
    the field of mobile homes, should be spite of having their "ears pinned an eerie feeling. It beats selecting for weaning weight, lower production costs.

    ,, scrapped and a complete new set of back" on several occasions, the City the old way of going outside ability to calve early every Therefore, they need to follow
    where radar waves were year and produce a heavy, every avenue which increases
    Board members refuse to be
    ordinances drawn up, starting from Zoning beamed across long distances.NAKF .! high quality calf: Pregnancytest efficiency of production. At
    scratch. discouraged or to give zoning up as a lost and eliminate the sterile the same time, they need to
    / r "' cause. Although they sincerely believed ; employs civilian 1'8.lIOIInel.lIUI.h.as ...> bull of poor breeder. Usedulyjw decrease 'Cattle numbers and\

    w **':&: LIKeWISe- ," theme musC'' 'be an"""affirmative that a merge '; with the well 'organized < : NeeJ..beQ"thsophisticated ,-*,.', l high quality bulls. t thus get to the point where the/
    board would have been the best equipment demand f r''beef by thfe consumer
    approach in the field of land county '
    takes years to learn. A ser- 6)) Self-feed minerals' to will allow the producer,
    use planning. It seems fairly obvious answer to the problem, they are willingto iviceman could not be trainedto make sure cattle do not feeder, packer and retailer a
    that the 1975 Legislature will pass "stay in there" and keep plugging "r # r that degree on a single tour become deficient in them: It profit.

    compulsory planning laws for Florida away until order is brought to what has of duty.

    .: municipalities and, if the job is not done heretofore been a rather haphazard '. Neel, for instance, had the

    on the local front, we can rest assured operation.We u't ? second highest score among LETTERSTO

    that in a few years it will be done for us-- 700 applicants for apprenticeships .

    according to Tallahassee's ideas insteadof say, more power to them! But l: when he took the test THE EDITOR

    our own. they can't operate efficiently unless they back training In 19S6.during After four which yearsof he

    have the tools to work with and a few > was sent all over the country, i

    At present, members of the City teeth in the ordinances to back up their he started at a bench in the

    Zoning Board, conscientiously strivingto rulings. This is not too much to ask in radar shop and has worked up

    do a job (and a thankless one at that) return for the hours of uncompensatedtime civil from there. Now a veteran GETTING RESULTS
    for the city, are handicapped and effort they put into the job. service employee a *
    by zoning highly skilled area, Neel's Dear Editor: this country, just rememberthat
    salary rivals that of the superintendent our youths of today are
    of schools in Brad- Thank you for printing my our leaders of the future! We
    I ford County. Wages are deter recent letter concerning the need your support. Let's see a
    Start Digging NowIf mined by surveys of local Parents-Youth organization lot more adults at the Parent-
    business, with NARF wagesfor It must have put the point Youth Organization meetings
    Meet Mark Twain civilians placed in the mid- across, for the number. of every second and fourth Mon-
    Here FridaySponsored range of equal private jobs. people at the meetings has day of each month. With all

    the small fry around your house Bicentennial Committee'will come 'up increased, but not near the "CARE" going to the

    suddenly start delving through the attic with plenty of ideas and activities to by the Bradford sonation of Mark Twain in a don Apprentice t enjoy the programs choice of appli-now enough. children of other countries,

    I or basement, cellar or storage shed- satisfy everyone in the near future, but County Bicentennial Committee 90-minute performance featuring cants NARF had back in 1956 Maybe parents are why won't people give some
    "An Evening with the wit, satire, and off beginning to realize that'our care to our youths right here?
    don't be It's bet Nl'eltook the test. Nowit
    surprised. a good theyare in the meantime there is
    something that Mark Twain," the beloved beat philosophy! of the famous is typical for there to be only young people need the help When it comes to the lack of
    taking personal part in the commemoration everyone, young or old, can do to help author of "Tom Sawyer," Missouri writer. twice the number of applicants and support of the older gen. healthy activities, our youthsare

    of the nation's Bicentennial.If the cause along. Searching out lost and "Huckleberry Finn" and Proceeds from ticket sales as job openings, .Neel eration. .. just as needy!

    forgotten documents, old photographs, numerous other books that will be used to finance the says.: I'd' like to thank our -Mrs Joyce Packer
    your grandchildren or great letters, furniture, farm tools, grandma's have caused Americans untold start of a community theatrein mayor, Charlie Schaefer,' for Parent-Youth Organization

    grandchildren show a sudden interest in dresses and bonnets, and other will hours be presented of reading here pleasure, Starke.' Anyone interested in anNARF coming out to the, chicken

    how life was lived "way back when," memorabilia from bygone days are partof night at 8 p.m. in the Friday BUS Tickets may be purchasedat inquire at apprenticeship the federal Job can In.' supper.support. We We also appreciate thank all his (!J3'i13IDUJ[ [ W
    Leila's Dress the
    take a few minutes to reminisce with a nationwide Above Ground Ar- auditorium Garden Shop, the formation Center on Art parents and who

    them. If they ask to tape record your chaelogy (AGA) Bicentennial project Nick Hagler of Gainesville, Bradford County Restaurant Telegraph, and, Museum Drive In Jackson- showed up for non-parents the supper and '
    memories let them. You'll be a graduate student Mile. Applications are processed activities. OPPOOQ "
    con- already under way at the Uni- or from Judge Elzie Sanders,' other .
    tributing to the preserved history of the versity of Florida, who is an 9647344.. in Orlando. '
    actor of vast experience in The only donations received NOTICE :f
    United States as it embarks on its third NARF 83.6 acres at
    occupies from
    both were Tastee Freez the
    In this way, everyone-from teenagersto college and professional Children under 12 admitted Jax NAS. There are 40 The Veterans Service Office
    century. Athletic House
    theatre, will the free. will be closed May 12 and 14.
    senior citizens-may help capture the give Imper- covered buildings with
    Mallard's, the use of The Service Officer will be
    It is inspiring to note that the young history of his or her community, and geta 1,419,000 square feet of the high school kitchen, and attending the 24th Annual
    glimpse of how its citizens made their covered space plus 291,000 most of all, the help received
    I State Veteran Service Officers
    people with the ball
    are already
    running Homemaker square feet of outdoor shops.
    from Mrs. Alvarez in
    setting a good example of Bicentennial living, played their games, and wor- ProgramTo the food. the preparing Training Conference, in
    By way, It'sloo Orlando.
    enthusiasm for us oldsters who are goodat shipped their Creator as the nation was The facility is so big that bad that The Telegraphdidn't

    making plans, but sometimes short on growing up. It will bring back memoriesfor Aid Needy Disabled one bicycles building are used to another to get from keep its promise Jo Veterans without an appointment
    to them out. the older "explorers" and give the come out and take pictures! of at the Veterans
    energy carry I
    the activities. Administration'' Clinic, should
    younger ones a chance to gain personal There are shops of every whenever possible call the
    The youngsters of Hampton appreciation for life before cars, planes, CUBB Economic Agency general mobility problemsand description from the paint It's really something that Clinic before going for''medi-
    electric dishwashers, television, air- has announced the approval of those whose hospital or l shop: which uses a new acrylic the other cities, even those cal treatments.This .
    Elementary School staged a kind oft a grant to be received from other institutional stay couldbe paint which better withstandssalt smaller than Starke, can get
    Bicentennial kick-off last conditioning, and indoor plumbing. shortened if the services of advance notice will
    event HRS (Department of Health water corrosion to an anything they need for their
    Saturday, complete with costumes and and Rehabilitative Services), a trained homemaker aide electron microscope to exa- youth groups,and we can't get enable the Clinic to give better
    other trappings of Revolutionary days, Many of these items can eventually be Division of Aging, for $34,224to were available to them at mine fragments of metal, to a a dime. There isn't even a and faster care. Even in
    implement a new programto home are also eligible for the. metal shop a chemistry lab, toilet at Pratt Street ball field emergencies, a telephone call
    and The in the
    Telegraph has started to placed on permanent display service. to the from the veteran will speed
    serve needy, indigent, and huge hangars where the for the kids to use. The
    receive inquiries and telephone calls county museum that is planned as a .disabled older persons in of aircralt are dismantled completely Recreation Department needs treatment by insuring that the

    from other young people who want to feature of the old courthouse Bradford and Union Counties. clients Information will be and obtained referral from if necessary. funds to complete the new ball type of specialist needed, thepatient's

    know what is planned for the Bicen- restoration. health field because the Mad. that records are readily
    The agency, Clay county hospitals, Total value of the machinery available when he arrives at
    Weatsid Park is built" onj is
    tennial observance in Bradford County Union, Baker and Bradfordcounties'wIU departments, civic organizations and equipment Is placedby being taken back. n'\o' the Clinic. Veterans are ,also
    and volunteering their services to help. Come on! Join in the fun and start implement the churches and CUBB NARF at over 1176 million. g .reminded 4 not to forget. to

    digging. You'll be surprised at what you program on May 19, which outreach workers. Citizens, let's unite aid I bring' their,VA patient Identification -
    will provide five homemakeraides start looking Into,where th e Card
    We have no doubt that the local might come up with. to serve approximately The CUBB Economic Open Houee Set city and county funds are TheVeterans
    ( Administration -
    100 Social created as a Com- :Let's be
    Security recipientsin Agency, going at those meetings
    their homes. Training of the Action Programthrough May 14 By CUBB and take a stand on what I Clinics: are treating; an
    aides will begin May 5 by the the Economic Opportunity these, f.undajIllCJldd; be spent ever-increasing patient load
    ,and those
    ppt4, local health department Division Act of 1964. was Incorporated for"' oThar who drop-in without
    of Services in 1963 with the Bradford County Head Start .J. ;j\ ,; ,appointment may have a
    Family home
    O Center will have open house org&btatMi mem bers long wait while veterans with
    economists, local doctors and of working with all *
    p mili Fq4BOB the University of Florida. purpose of people to Increase' on Wednesday, May 14, In have to haul ic>,toall the bilU appointment and those more
    groups ,
    awareness of the needs' of observance National'Head games by UM bundredsTof .serjousjy ill,are cared'cv3fechetdlyiiugtippdatments,
    Priority for the service will others and to develop community Start Day.Parents. pounds because no one will ,
    C> M/7 be determined on an Individual spirit and Involve-- and 'public "are donate an Ice machine. This >
    would be a much nicer through the week,helps to cut-
    4 G FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER basis,with services being ment. Invited to observe the classand worldjlpeople
    1 Publishers. available for low-income would learn to giva on crowding of parkingand
    older'persons work of
    the 'the
    included in see lit..... Besides, 1taa ditci waiting room space.If .
    Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at,Starke. Fla. under Act ((60 or over) living Other programs children. Resrechmenui will able! -"''''''' ct- M
    supervision are ; ;
    alone who the agency's
    of March 3, 1879 are chronically ill Neighborhood Service Centers be served. you have any questions

    Subscription intrad.area-$6: per year: $3,50 six month, v?. <: and-or disabled. UP' Head Start, Housing and Citizens of Stark and Brad- regarding the above or any
    Outside trade area: .7 per year: M 00 six month Older persons who cannot Manpower Training and The Center is located at the ford County J& doem'Utatttr: veteran matter,contact your

    Phone 964-6306 Starke Fla. fully maintain themselves at emergency food and medical old RJE school on North Pine If you have children or not ii' Bradford County Veteran Service

    home because of'age ,or services. Street in northeast Stark. you,car* about UM future,of fmirthfnm Office ,in the; ,County

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    Please listen! We need your BrS AV E 4y
    company., How about a free rN '
    Your Neighborhood Center

    has May proclaimed 15, as Senior Thursday Citizens, Quantity Right .
    Day.' Please join your neigh OIAIIfT0"7
    bors and us for a free' hunch, INC.
    ".' good fellowship? door',prizes r i
    (groceries), singing and J

    L''bingo.Have 'a good time' with

    friends at 1 p.m. in the Neigh 98EZ
    borhood Center (old RJE
    school) on North Pine Street '$ 1
    in Starke. Dress is casual,and
    you may bring an apron if you tiL DL $1
    wish. For transportation call I69 L
    964-5689, Mrs. Louise Hudsonor CARVE .
    Mrs. Lillian Cummings. We T
    are looking forward to seeingall OVEN t ,'QOVNNMINfil Dl
    senior citizens there. \.

    Dell Chapter 168 OES will PRICES GOOD THUR. MAY 8 THRU WED. MAY 14
    meet ,Thursday, May 8, at 8pm. .

    urged Brownlee. in to the attend.St.Masonic All members Hall are on _Pork Roast .' . . LB.99c Chicken BRAND Franks . . 'PKO.TALMADOI ., 39c Macaroni, & Cheese '. 4 Esrl; looW


    Ebenezer CHURCH Baptist NEWS Church, Sliced, Ham . . 2-0.PKD. $1"1 Whiting .' . '%0... 69CWD Mayonnaise: . .' . 'JSr 88C

    Rev. Leroy Davis pastor., Mt. W-D BRAND RAND USDA CHOICI BIIF THRIFTY MAIDCorned

    ',,Sinai Education Women's Conventioni Missionaryand ',Sliced Bologna . ., VK79e A Meat, Stew . . I... $119 Beef '. . . 'CAN- 99C
    i will be held May 15-18, with
    the Board Meeting set for
    , Angaronia Davis,president. A
    , local program will be held at 8
    p.m. with BHS assistant principal GROUND CHUCK GROUND BEEF
    , Jesse Moore as speaker.
    Mrs. L.M. Royal, teacher at
    the Middle School, will make
    the response. NOADDITIVES
    New Bethel Baptist Church.
    Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
    Weekly services began with WHEN YOUPURCHASE \
    Wednesday night Bible Class
    and Prayer Meeting. Choir 5-lB. OR 10LB.
    rehearsal S p.m. Saturday. HANOI-PACK 2
    Church School, 9:30: a.rn. '
    Morning Worship 11 a.m. At 3 ,
    p.m. the women of the church
    will sponsor a pink tea, and HANDI- 29-oz.
    each lady is asked to wear ,
    something pink to carry, !out, ,; PACK> )' LB. sIY
    !D,' iL;,:M\\ me.j Ji\1Uj.\ ..: <.p ,m. .lwll pJllYUp) ,>> IiMIfS c t,.kT Y7 '::45 rf .. .*! >. FI Hi'w 1 ll ,CANSn, y ,
    .(Evening Service: Corn.QURlon.'sp.m. \ .. .. ,
    .. ? L Wool II I If' n L. $e 1 +nrn! '
    .- __..Il

    Greater Bethlehem' Free-
    will !Church Rev. Jasper USDA CHOICE BEEP SUNKIST JUICY U S, No.l I YEllOW

    services Williams began pastor.with Tiny' Weekly Tots Short Ribs . LB.89c Franks D . LB. $119] Lemons 12 FOR 59C Onions . 3 BIABG69C

    Prayer Meeting Tuesday Smoked Ham $119 Potatoes 'BAG 69C Mushrooms !PKG. 99C
    lB. z'PKG. :
    night. Wednesday night, Cookies '. . 88C .

    Thursday the church.night Friday Story Hour night at Canned Ham 3 cAN $499 Bread; . 3 LOAVES $100 Oranges . 5LB(G 59C Sausage Pizza Usr;; 69C


    carnival The sell Deaconess dinners on Saturday.and Departmentwill sponsor. All a Fryer Backs lB 19C Buns .. 3 P"KGKS, 88C lettuce. . lB.25c ,Potatoes . 3 1"PKGKGS.$100'


    _invited Sunday to services cooperate.will begin are Wings LB.59c Juice 3 GAL'' 59C Cabbage . LB.12c Turnip Greens 2 %&: $1HUNT'S

    with Church School at 9:30.:
    .Morning Worship at 11.with

    the the youth Home in charge.Mission At Depart 6 p.m. I THRIFTY MAID U.S. No. 1 YELLOW FLORIDA

    ment will be in charge.Mt. .

    Richard. Zion AME Bethel Church pastor, Rev.. CORN KETCHUP CORN

    Church School, 10 a.m. Love
    Feast service II a.m. Com .
    munion will be given at the 4
    service, and a CommunPty KRAFT PARKAYQTRS
    Mother's Day program will ( .)
    be presented at this time also. MARGARINE
    Mt. Morlah and'Pleasant <
    Grove Methodist Church : ::: 61

    Parish Rev., Willie Stitt 1 0
    pastpr.. :Mt. .Moriah services
    start with Church School at 10
    a.m. Morning Worship) at '11 14oz.BTL.
    16-oz. .
    .with Rev.. Roosevelt Dell EARS
    delivering the message.
    Mother's Day program,3 p.m. CANS .
    .The Rally will conclude. ser-
    'vices for the day.
    Pleasant Grove services
    started with Prayer Meeting 2..... Whole 50-". 11..*.
    .Wednesday night. Bible Class Bartlett Pears ., . 2 CAN $100 1 Chicken . . CAN 99e Meat Dinners. ., : 2 PKOS. $1 1
    Thursday night. Church I, '
    (.School.,:;<<: 10 a.m. Morning Worship TABBY *.12-.... THRIFTY MAID .......
    :, at 11 with" the Youth in Cat Food . . .1 CANS $100 1 Fruit Drinks .' 2 CANS 88 Chicken 'N Basket. '. .. :%r $179 1 1MUI
    charge. >>
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    Church.Philadelphia Rev. WD.Baptist Dennis QW Macaroni .,, : _. 4 XSL: $1 1 Saltine Crackers . 2 nOI.,.1..., $100 1 Grange Juice .' . 3 "A99C"

    pastor, has planned the Annual
    Men's and Women's Day 1LB. CAN ASTOR OR ,
    program for Sunday, May 18.
    Morning Worship will be con BAG MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
    ducted by male members of
    the church at .,11 a.m. Afternoon PORK & BEANSu. SHORTCAKESUPIRBRANO
    Services will be led'by
    the women at 3 p.m.with Mrs. ,
    Teresa Hollidayas .p 8ker. ,
    The public is Invited( ,to attend. 3' SUPIRBRANO

    Greater Allen Chapel AME I MARGARINE
    Church Rev.. R.G. Heastie n ',.1... 39e '
    pastor Weekly services began Lnu1 $ PKO.: + r
    with Prayer Meeting and \
    ", ood Slam .. .
    Bible Class meeting Tuesday s .
    night. Church School'10 a.m. n 9 :
    Morning Worship at{1'.'After ,! J iI ,,, I Winn p r a1 '., ,
    noon'service8:30. AU1''members ;: a .29''oz.'; M
    .are asked Jo-coppcrate
    with' all act1 Itte4,1othe;; /:, ,, oz 1-LB.
    church, for success., ?C, ;rp., ,
    rill > 4 '.
    Sunday\ May 11, will be IN ..b'm.11')1 (n5 e.
    mothers day. Please remember '

    your mother and loved .. ., 1 r. ,. ... :B I MA
    ones that have passed on'by -
    cleaning 'and redecoratingtheir "I: fr Rn "J I ; ,: i MN APNP.a "-I'I
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    BRIDGE Fire and 5 p.m. Monday move was to jump in his car Y ,
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    water caused tin estimated afternoon Rae LeMoine Just over the county line. and drive into Lake Butler to redecorated and lavishly furnished .. ". : P"\i""" !;" lffjII. .11' :' 4 I '' ,';"" ,..41;;;,
    $\1111,01111Irth of damage to looked out from the front doorof LeMoine attempted to call alert the fire department and as an exclusive 'key ''". .'. j ; 4"'M.' '' ,. ;, .,,"
    I I he Club 100) bar at the Brad- his house"and noticed the fire department but was the police. By the time the fire club' room. Most of the back ...' ., '
    tord-l'nion' County line late ,smoke and flame coming from unable to get through due to fighting crew arrived at the part of the building was completely '. ., ,
    trouble with the lines. His next destroyed, including '\!!'. :.. ,
    Monday afternoon. ,the upstairs of the Club 100 bar scene the fire was well. underway ," '" ,
    worth of in the '
    $20,000 liquor, '. "i ,,, '" -
    By\5;30 p.m. two additional estimate of the owner,. AI ,.; ,<'. r'", ''I "
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    units had' been notified and ,Johnson. ,."... <\(
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    Mobile Home Application; were on their way. Fire units The front part of 'the store ., '.l\\ 'i
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    from Bradford and Union was flooded, and considerable !::: "

    County Volunteer Fire damage done by water which .........,... ,.
    Departments fought the blaze
    the firemen used to put out the ,'
    along with Lake Butler until flames.
    Denied By City PlannersThe after 8 p.m. that night. I
    The fire destroyed all of the Apparently the fire startedin '
    newly opened upstairs portionWorthington the upstairs section and :

    application of Jerald W City Hall at 5 p.m. Monday in the former G. J. McGriff, spread downward into the rest ',.,. .
    of the building. Causes have I +f
    3011 N. SI. ClairSt. Jr. home, just north of the ,
    McPherson location in not yet been determined. ,1// i
    Blanding Subdivision lies 1\
    (., to place a mobile home on
    between St. Clair Street and In making their decision, 1 While a score of firemen
    I Lots 8 and !9), Block C, Blinding ("From Page 1))
    Subdivision, was denied Alligator Creek, from Call several members of the board battled the flames, another
    by unanimous vole of the City Street almost to Bridges St. on expressed an opinion that the change for perpetual use of group of concerned people
    Zoning Board, meeting in the the north. NcPherson residesI' indiscriminate placement of the building to hold county helped the owner salvage a
    mobile homes throughout the elections in the future.In pickup truck load of liquor
    city must be halted if proper from the front bar before
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    Ci I.Y Project planning is to be carried out. other matters Tuesday things got too hot. .
    "We are not against mobile night, the council: Johnson said that he was ;"
    Hl'nost.t't ion is still giving city to resolve the matter Mayor homes,as such," Chairman AI under insured but that ihe insurance -
    officials headaches. Though Schaefer asked if anyone in Crosby said, "but some areasof would cover some of Harry (:Teen talks the t'lub KM( ) fire situation over with other Bradford Coiuily Volunteer
    the job has been taken over by the room knew why city purchases the city should be reservedfor -Agreed to lease two city the loss. Firemen while owner Al Johnson listens in.
    the bonding company after the had not been made at conventional homes, and I owned lots to E.G. Knight fora
    original I t'olltructor'dt'faulted, Parts Service Co. No reason am opposed to Issuing permitsfor period of one year at a
    (he city is still getting was given publicly.In mobile homes on the east monthly rental of$25, and also
    pressure to pay bills incurredin other action Tuesday side of St. Clair Street." gave Knight the option to Union Co. Opposes Ag ConsolidationCenter
    the name 01 the contractor night, the council: In other mobile home action renew at the end of the period.
    ('1t'rkIl'rrill: Edwards said Agreed, at (the request of the board noted that a unit had
    Tuesday night.Engineer several Keno residents, to recently been placed in the -Tabled action on a request LAKfc BUTLER-The Union which would be large cerned al an annual rental of the U.S. Congressional 11'll':S;
    ; Kuekman told the request the Seaboard Coast- yard of a conventional homeat from Larry Powell, county County ,Commission did an enough to provide office space $1.25 per square loot. Com- (gation: l :.<\"
    city that all bills are now (he line Railroad to install cross 311 St. Clair St. with no recreation director, for pay- about face at Tuesday's May 6 for three other federal agencies seconded' Gerald Griffis The action take l II\' the''
    responsibility of the bonding arms and warning lights at application being made to the ment of $520 into the county meeting and decided not to in addition to ASC: The that motion and it commissioners was approved
    company The city should not the Market Road Crossing in board. recreation fund until all mem- impose an annual rental Farmers Home Administration was unanimously approved by In' Lowell Shadd. Bryan Hen-
    take any action, Kuckman north Starke. Chief Jimmy City Clerk Merrill Edwards bers of the council were pre. charge' for office space to the Federal Crop Insurance the commission. dricks and Morris Brown. Jr..
    said. Bowen said he has already said the mobile home was a sent. Members Elton Taylor house the Agricultural Stabilization Corporation and the Soil The commissioners agreed who! serve as Union; ('UUlltv'!!
    Commissioner Harold Eppsexpressed contacted the railroad about "replacement," and therefore and Mary Elixson were not and Conservation Ser- Conservation Service.In 10 send copies of the resolution Agricultural Slabili/alion and

    sympathy with signals for that crossing but permissable, but members of present for Tuesday's meet- vice in Lake Butler approving the action deploring (the consolidation (to Conservation Committee.

    local bu in'SSml'nho performed will write the letter requestedby the board remarked that the ing. The move was made in an Tuesday, the board rescindedits
    with the the council.
    in good faith unit"replaced" was a camper effort to retain the office in former action adopted at a
    original contractor.Ituckmnn The request accident was promptedby in which type unit, and maintained thatan -Councilman Raymond Union County rather than special meeting of the board
    suggested actions a recent application should have Brown moved that the conces- have it consolidated and
    and the ASC committee held
    liy his oil ice this week may Larry L. Griffin,27, was killed been made to move a full size sion rights at the town recrea- moved to Macclenny in Baker Thursday, May 1. Remember MotherMay
    draw the payment problem to crossing the tracks at Market mobile home onto the tion park be granted to Alfred County. The board authorized that a

    a sill close when the bonding Koad. property.The and Patsy Elixson for the To obtain the services of the special letter of intent be sent
    -Took action the Zon-
    company presents a payment no on board decided to notifythe remainder of 1975. Council- ASC office, if relocated .in to the Union County ASC 11 With
    the and the Board's request: to have a
    )request Irom city ing
    mobile home moved from the City Council that there man Henry P. Elixson Baker county, would require a committee, advising them of ,
    engineering I lirm requests was no record of an application seconded Brown's motion andit round trip drive of 70 miles by the action taken Tuesday,
    lien. Kuckman south end of St. Clair Street. I
    releases on was unanimously approved.On Union County patrons of the May e.The j
    Board Chairman'Al
    said he will the Zoning
    give city an this property, and recom- federal agency.In .
    Union Commission
    update\ of the project at the Crosby said his board does not mended that action be takento motion of 'councilman the event that consolidation with membersof
    :\1120) meeting.The approve of mobile homes in have it removed. Gerald WBuddy( ) Guynn the is accomplished by the meeting the jointly Stabiliza- To
    engineer said the that section of the city but has Agricultural Mother
    project Chairman Crosby stated council approved the appoint- Department of Agriculture al tion and Conservation
    t should be completed in no power to move the trailer, had Dukesto
    that the board been ment of Mayor Garnet some lime-in the future the
    Committee Thursday May I.
    lour weeks possibly sooner. so he turned the matter over holding training sessions supervise the mowing of the commission went on record adopted a resolution deploringa ,
    Keno residents have been to the council. weekly to orientate the town park and to determine and also agreed to furnish rent consolidation of
    unable to (travel Old Law ley Voted 3-0, Councilman members on the theory and when it should be done and to free adequate space for a pro- proposed and
    Rood lor months due to itIIl'lI1g Jimmy McKae was absent, to practice of zoning and land so advise caretaker Roscoe posed Agricultural Service agricultural services,
    locating a single service office :
    torn up and muddy Irom enter into an agreement to use planning. The next Seay 1 From
    (he orlginillork.. purchase a parcel of land al training session will be held at in either Baker or Union
    The city has $77.000) left Orange and Washington 5 p.m. today (Thursday) and county, preferring that eachcounty's .4 ,.
    which it did not pay;! the Streets adjacent to the city any interested person is operation remain j JULIA'SFLORIST
    of Ihe other
    defaulting contractor. Mayor storage yard. The price is welcome to attend, Crosby From Page I ) independent
    Charles Scruiler served notice $10,5(10.( Laivtey . 23 of the state's smaller service
    the city will hold that money Heard without comment said.Member Don Kardon stated facilities are to be combined 1 '
    the is satisfactorily Schaefer's the system so far in or three times per week or a in cost
    until project :Mayor suggestionthat that when the training valuation a cutting move
    chief's period required in total of 700 man-hours at a the -=-
    completed.Kuckmun the police salary sessions are completed, the by Agriculture Department f
    also told the council be increased to $12,500. ChiefBowen board will formulate its own of the bonds. The appeal cost to the city of $12.250, Eng ;and proposals are being I

    that money the city is contemplating now earns $11.100\ ideas concerning zoning,> period is half over and. the said. requested Irom some of the I Just
    spending to repair which Schacfer said is only $19 building codes, and land use city can expect to award Councilmen received the smaller counties on furnishing ,4
    I leaky water\ lines under L'S- per week more than one study for the city and then bonds by May 14, Eng said, 'suggestion with some skepti- office space for four federal
    ;:1111i ill be well spent The city member of his department. call on the Northeast Florida with construction to'.three cism. agencies: The Federal Crop Call
    will replace the old joints ith -Passed a state requested Regional Planning Council for soon alter May 24. 'All "II seems to me now that we Insurance Corporation, the
    new clamps approved by (the resolution stating the city assistance in formulating contractors awarded bids in have a little excess of money" Farmers Home Administra
    stale at a cost ol up to $22.000. intends to purchase $6.000)( final plans in these areas. the project have previouslydone these little things come up lion the Soil Conservation
    Kuckman said. No; one can tell worth of bell Joint clamps with "At present we are working work with Sverdrup & said Mayor Robert Scott. Eng Olfice and the Agricultural 9647711Select
    bur certain w hat I has to be doneto which to patch water lines without the tools Parcels and Associates and replied if the city can afford Stabilization and Conservation I
    the old lines some laid backas under US-301. Kuckman said and guidelines necessary for an effective checked out okay this time, the service, he thinks it wouldbe Service.In 1
    tar as I'.lKi.! until the hired the city has no alternative but zoning program," Crosby Eng said. worthwhile to have a qualified the event that the state I From Lovely
    is opened iind the pipe. is eyeIxilled lix t the leaky lines. said. The council can decide engineer make sure the ASCS office decides to consolidate : J
    i, 1 the engineer said. tonight when, to schedule a work is done correctly and they will have to choose 1
    Local businessman Hilly preconstruction conference, according to specifications. between either Union or CorsagesCut
    I Dampier returned Tuesday Eng added. : "It looks like FmHA has Baker counties.Joe .
    night: to complain again: about Crosby Cunal . \From i Page i II> The council will also decide kind of tied our hands since 1\1 ixon, district director Flowers
    I the small amount of merchandise tonight whether to accept any money not spent comes of the Agricultural Stabilization -,
    the city buys I Iron his II as determined that the canal dredging and excavation had Eng's proposal that' the out of our free money," Coun- Service told the commis- Center Pieces
    aulo parts 'hlur City employees I'xca'utionUS apparently in been made In Sampson'' lake engineering firm supply on- cilman Ben McCulley said sioners at their last meeting
    have l>ccn instructed \\iolalion of Chapter 253: of Ihe and the canal was then con- the-job inspections by an when discussing the job Inspection that Baker county had agreed Potted Plants "

    lo rotate. the parts business by Florida Statutes. nected to Crosby Lake. engineer of the project. Inspections proposal.In to furnish the required space
    the month."I Work was halted on the "I have tried unsuccessfully would be made two other action Monday al no cost to the agencies if Delivery Service Flowers By Wire
    I think it's commendablethat canal at( Scott's request on to get a response from the night, the council: Baker County was selected.
    the city only needed three September28.1972. alter Scott county in this matter. Further Voted to pay a reducedbill The Union County com OPEN SUNDAY 8 to 2Julia's
    spark' plugs last month" appeared before the com- failure of the county to Union EMC. of $248 to Ford Tractor Co. mission had previously
    1>,IInpIl'r said. He appeared mission to present the position cooperate will leave me no of Jacksonville for repairs to agreed to construct a 40 x no Florist.
    R del ore the commission in III'> the Board of Trustees of Ihe choice but to refer this matter <(<"From Page I 1)) the city's back hoe and tractor foot building, with the under
    April complaining. that theother III" to our legal staff," Scott's in the construction of the standing that the ASC would
    three auto parts stores Following the receipt of a teller said.Chairman. been rebuilt completely more recreation center. lease it at $3.50 per square fool
    in Slarke reieive more city number of complaints in Shuford referred than three years ago overhaul and thai -Was notified by Florida per year, or about $11,200( ) per 964-7711 1
    business than he does. MajorSchaeler October, 1973 another inspection to the canal us part of a county another complete Power and Light that the six year,
    @ \ asked i Dampier to be ol the site was made and solution to a drainage would"not be money "well percent franchise charge will At Thursday night's meet
    t i'// present at the :May 20 meeting il was lound that further. problem.; spent. appear on power bills as a ing' commissioner Paul Nights 964-6828
    the annual
    f "We didn't intend and don't Renegotiated separate entry under new Riherd moved that Union I
    I intend to drain Lake Crosby," lease with the Division of' Public Service commission County provide adequate 224. Temple Starke I
    Services for office
    VINE Shutord said. Family regulations. FPL provides space for the agencies con-> i I
    RIPE The canal was excavatedand space in the county agricultural Lawley power and pays an II I
    '" widened! between September ( building at the corner of annual six percent franchise
    t 1 RUSKINTOMATOES 1972 and September Lake Street and SK-121. The charge which is collected i,,
    1973. Prior to the canal being lease calls for the provision of through power bills. i\
    I dug the level of Crosby Lake 519 square feet of floor space -Was told by Clerk Lucille
    .' al limes was higher than usualin at a monthly rental of$133 per Shuford that Florida Power Graduate
    wet periods. In January month beginning July 1. 1975 and Light has said it will run a .

    29 0LB 1973 Ihe water was almost up and ending June 30, 1976. power line to the city dump
    lo the banks of Crosby Lake, -Appointed Clerk Driggersand site to power the new garbage
    fi ____ prior to the canal being Mayor Garnet Dukes to compactor the county will Last: Call
    I cleaned out. review two bids received on install.

    SOUTH C Over the past five or six tables chairs and other equip- Okayed repairs for the ,
    LETTUCE 2j 9 years the county commissionhas ment including draperies and city's mowing machine and
    FLA. HEAD gradually worked on labor for installation to pro- front end loader. For t

    widening u natural drainage vide the furnishings for the -Discussed changing the ., l
    canal from Rowell Lake westto new town hall al Worthington city charter to allow council
    .. Springs. A total on the bids members to be paid for jobs
    Crosby then I tram Crosby to
    I YELLOW CORN ffefes Sampson. The canals are part were not submitted by the done for the city. McCulley 1975
    of a drainage system \\hich. bidders. The committee will pointed out it takes him as q

    ". :.JII.,_, :.. ... : drains west, from Trail Ridge select the lowest price on the long to find somebody' to do
    10/99 < ,, "":... -_ in Camp Blanding via Alligator individual items and they small jobs and he would 00
    ._....:.,;.-- :J. Creek through Starke to were authorized by the com- rather to do some jobs him-
    ;;..;:.:;;,;. Howell Lake. Alligator Creek mission to make the award to self. No action was taken. aqO
    and the lowest and best bid with- -Was told by 1\Iarshal1\l.J\l.
    r.t FRESH LOAD OF and Howell Crosby,
    further consultation
    out with Jordan that the new night
    i Sampson Lakes from a system -
    :;: of the commission. policeman Charles Carter, is
    + : .. SOUTH FLA.WATERMELONS. which drains out Sampson -
    :? ... into the Santa Fe River Lottie Lee Archer, county doing an outstanding job.
    ': and on to the Gulf of Mexico. supervisor of elections, -In answer to a question by
    requested the board's approval -' McCulley, Jordan said the
    The county has installed a for the purchase of quickest way to reach the
    lock at Sampson City where aluminum voting booths to be marshal at night is to phone
    the canal leaves Sampson used in the county precincts.The 964-6161. the Bradford County ao

    ALL VARIETIES OF Lake and goes into the Santa request was deferred by jail. The jail will contact him gyp Avoiloble
    Fe River. County sources say the commissioners at Tues by radio. Jordan said. Phoning
    that the' lock is periodicallytorn days meeting and she was'Instructed his home takes extra time
    PURPLE HULL PEAS WHITE ACRE up and there is not as to include the itemsin because many times he Is not cep0
    much control of water in her next year's budget home, Jordan said. If You Failed To Order Your Graduation

    4 BLACK EYE Sampson Lake as there should request for her office. -Heard Marshal Jordan c and Cards Or If You Find'
    I -Adopted a lengthy resolu- i request a pay raise for himself Invitations -

    We Will Shell Them For Your ConvenienceNorman's be.High water problems In the lion read by attorney Hal Y. and Garbage Collector Bud You Need More We Can Supply You: /
    three lake chain became Maines. providing for the Barber. The council budgeted
    worse in recent years after repayment of the recently $1.500 for raises for the clerk.
    Farm many ponds were drained by approved Farmers Home 1 J[: marshal and garbage collector -
    private interests with creeks Administration loan of $73,000 '' at the beginning of the "
    running into Alligator Creek. to be used in purchasing'! year, but to date only Clerk CALL 964-B30S NOW!
    Produce Market That required enlarging and equipment for the county's'solid Lucille Shuford has received a
    deepening of Alligator Creek waste disposal system. raise. The clerk's raise Is $50
    617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 by the county. As a result in Attorney Maines said that per month, leaving $900 available Bradford County Telegraph
    periods of heavy rain water another resolution on bond in the budget for salary
    Open Mon-Sat rushes into the three lake validation would. be forthcoming -' Increases. !No\ action was

    chain faster than before shortly. ,taken on Jordan's request.


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    The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven "
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    May 8, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 13

    : Win Region And Send
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    Wayne Berry Goes A4 6 Speedsters To StateUnion

    County thinclads met Thomas who .won the high yd, Dash: 1)) Sirmons 10.3 2))
    To State For BHS ys ; on their own track last Friday, jump, Steve Staulamire the Smith 10.4; 880 relay: 1)) 1.31.4.
    May 2, for the District competition 880-run, Luke Smith who Brooks, Smith Perry, Sir.
    and edged past placed second in the 100-yard mons; 440: 4)) Highland 530,
    Faced with odds that stood of the other 11 athletes com- Three other Bradford thin Hawthorne by two points to dash behind teammate Sir 310: III: 3)) Thomas 420, 880
    completely against him, peting in the event. clads earned points in the win the event, qualifying four mons, and the 880-relay teamof Hun1): ) Slaulamire 2036;
    Wayne Berry met a challenge Berry has recorded a 47' 2" meet but only Berry qualifiedto team members and a relay Walter Brooks, Smith, Sprint Medley: 3)) 205.7 King
    summoned strength beyond throw as his longest for the compete in the state contest rs team for the State meet. Buddy Perry, and Sirmons Smith, Perry, Brooks; 220: 2))
    he has ever season prior to last Friday's to be held Saturday, May 19, "I was really proud of the will all be in the running at Sirmons 21,2 5)) Blount 24.0,
    achieve] and hurled the 12 clincher. again in Winter Park. boys for their remarkable State Mile Relay: 3)) 3.390
    pound shot put 54 feet 3 inchesto Track Coach Grover effort," exclaimed coach As a team. Lake Butler took Stautamlre. Thomas
    take top honors in the Howard described Berry as a Larry Paterson finished 6th Terrell Bass."Winning a narrow victory and out- Highland Cummings: Long
    Track "real competitor" and in the mile this Jump: 3)) Thomas 202 6))
    Regional competition run with a time of meet was scored second-place
    held on Friday, May 2, in Winter praised his concentration, his 436.1: minutes.Two fifth place something they really had to Hawthorne, 7775. Perry 198.; High jump' : I 1))
    I Park. improvement, and his strong positions were filled by Milton work for. It wasn't an easy "We had expected to win the Thomas 624)) Perry 5 8; Shot
    will that has proven him to be Baker and Sheldon Hodge. victory,not something handed events we did but to win the Put: 4)) Sirmons 438.
    It was no easy task for the an exceptional athlete, both Baker jumped 6 feet in the to them." meet took depth that we Coach Bass,in his praise for
    Bradford athlete as he mentally and physically in don't have. Our the team went as far us to
    young high jump while Hodge The team expected to placein usually boys
    the smallest and rankedby this his first with the crossed make these statements:
    was year the line in the 440 yard the top three but to win tooka that aren't going to State
    previous throws the lowest team. dash in 50.6 seconds. 100 consolidatedteam were able to grab enough third group of boys has really
    it worthwhile for me to
    effort Bass said. and fourth place positions to
    coach them their individualand
    I BHS Golfers Are 4th In DistrictEd In the District competitionthe give needed*us,"the'explained extra points Bass. we independent struggles for

    : first and second place Out of the 16 members of the improvement as well as their
    j winners in each event qualifyfor team who participated in the overall team effort and altitudes
    \ Watts' 74 over a tough for the second straight year somehow knocked the ball out state. The Lake Butler meet, all made it to the finals has made my season
    Lake City course lead the with a total score of 310. to the edge of the rough with \ runners to achieve such and nearly all placed in point most enjoyable as a coach. I
    Bradford Golfers to a 334 Coach Warney Adkinsonwas his putter so he could get a honors were: Curtis Sirmons, earning positions. wouldn't trade it for
    L stroke fourth place in the real pleased with the good shot. For his third shot Curtis Sirmones, Buddy Perry'; Luke Smith and Walter who won the 100-yard dash The tracksters top honors, anything
    District matches held on May outcome of the match and had he threaded the ball betweentwo Brooks make up the Union two-Relay team that will travel to took second in the 220-yard in the Suwannee Conferencelast The six members will now
    ,, 2.Watts high praise for Watts' low trees and landed about 75 the State track competition on Friday, May 9. dash and was on the winning week and recorded these make ready for the State
    shot a 35 on the front score. yards short of the green. Union County 880-relay team, final results in the District: competition to be held in
    nine and turned the corner one On hole number nine Watts His next stroke placed the will travel to State as a rare Winter Park on Friday, May
    under His three-over-par shot a remarkable par that ball about two feet from the Cunningham Leads 'triple competitor.' Joe 120 HI1: 3)) Thomas 15.5; 100 9.
    39 on the back nine sealed the was termed by the Green Cove pin where he easily sank the ..
    74 and left him only two Golf pro as one of the finest putt to save par. r "
    + strokes over the lowmedalistof pars he had ever seen. Matt Herres birdied two e. .
    the match. Watts drove past the doglegon holes on the front nine to shoota League Into May h )
    The team placed fourth out the par five hole into the 39 and like the other
    of 11 teams that participatedin rough and settled the ball in a Bradford golfers met trouble
    the competition. Green patch of myrtle bushes. He on the back nine and pulled a Cunningham tops the Men's Machine finally got their bats
    I Cove Springs won the event climbed into the shrubs and 45. His 84 for the course was Softball League they go into to work and rapped out 22 base
    the second in line for Bradford the month of May with a hits with Johnny Powell .vr y ;

    Lake Butler Baseballers perfect 6-0 record. They kept leading the way with four hits a l I f
    David Gaines shot an 86 and their string alive Monday In four trips to the plate, Eddie 7 ii a s
    Lee Casey a 90 which left the night May 5, with a 13-1 win Hazen and Bill Kelton chippedover i<>
    f team with 334 strokes. the Independents. The in three hits, with one of
    Washed Out Of District Orange Men had little trouble Kelton's being a Home Run.
    as they led 11-0 after four Larry Brown was Dodd's ,
    RollingWheels Innings and then coasted the leading hitter with three hitsrest i
    Rain delayed the first round of the first, only to see Lake of the way. It would have out of his team's 14 safeties. ,
    game of the District 3 playoffsfor Butler match it in the top of been a shut-out except for STANDINGS: Cunningham 6- :
    '45 minutes and in the the second. Doug Brown's in-the-park 0; Green Machine 5-1; Dodd's /; .,.. *.
    drizzle that remained after The fourth run was countedon HOme Run in the 7th. to dive 3-3; Brooker 2-4; Smith-Brown
    play resumed Lake Butler a single by Fred Clemmonswho the Independents .their lone 2-4, Methodist 06. '
    was downed 9-8 by Father advanced bases on an run. '
    Lopez. error and scored on another Claude Hardee, Bill SanSchedule: Thursday May'8: ., -r
    The 'game'played "I last single by Hazen. '* *!<*.' Everyone hates*to start on'' ford, and Jim Lewis each had 7.30: Smith-Brown vs
    "'v- _ThuFNay-w..ealledaf&er: tje",drh" .garner-was-now' called;:; .the rear of a race,butjo be put "'three hits to lead Cun Brooker;;;: 8:45: 'Methodist:. vs
    top of, the second inning with Viand[ in the long delayr. that back' "three times. running ningham's 17-hit attack. Fred Green Machine i
    Lake Butler' In the lead 4-1 followed the Father Lopez after having the fastest time Wheeler also hit a Home Run. Monday May 12; 7:30:
    runs over the Father Lopez. team had 'a chance to and starting on the inside pole The second game also was a Cunningham vs Dodd's
    "We just didn't make the reorganize its strategy., position can be heart break- breeze as the machine blasted Sunoco, 8:45: Green Machine
    plays and you can't win After 45 minutes the um- (See Page 14) Dodd's Sunoco. 15-6. The vs Brooker.
    ballgames if you don't make pires decided to resume the ,
    the big plays," said Tiger game in a steady drizzle that I '- '- '- '--- .- r Members of the Union County Track team that won the Conference as well UN the IHslritl.
    Caach Terry Stroemer. proved to be hazardous for the I Neres And Activities From ----l t meets and are sending six runners to State. They are: (Slate competitors me /I..ll'dlIh their
    In the first inning Lake Tigers. j\ went after their name)I. Standing' : Buddy Perry (KHO Relay). William ('iiiiiiniiiKs.( Slew
    Butler jumped to an early In the bottom of the second i! j r Slou mire ((880) nun), Tony Payte, Walter Brooks (Relay)I. (mils Sinniiiios (Illil > three run lead and left things Father Lopez rallied and }J THE RECREATION CENTERELKS relay, 220 yd.dash),William Highland. Kneeling: Edward l'mumingsJohnny King.Joe I 1.1I1I11i I
    I looking bad for the small scored four runs on only two Thomas (high jump), Randall (.riffis. Luke Smith (relay', 100 ,d. lash). Joseph ,\lhiillon.
    I Catholic school from Daytona. hits with the aid of five Lake i. LODGE WINS healed: Wesley Riley, Mark Klchardson.Lake .
    With one out Tim Butler errors. The errors SEASON OPENER Friday May 9,5:45: A Housevs Madison Street vs Northside
    Whitehead walked to in five consecutive S. Discount; 7:15: G. Baptist
    was came plays
    The Elks
    r Lodge opened the I
    start things off. Danny Hazen and were capitalized on by1''' 1975 Dixie Youth Season with Comm.Federal vs Chamber of Butler Holds Junior Olympicsgood
    followed with a line-single to Father Lopez who ended the ,, a 4-2 victory over Southern WOMEN'S LEAGUETO
    left and Whitehead scored on a inning in a 5-4 lead.. I Monday May 12, 5:45: A. BEGIN PLAY ,
    sacrifice fly by Dewitt Griffis. Discount, Monday, May 5, House vs Elks.Tuesday The Women's Softball j Lake Butler Elementary The day began with the traditional sportsmanship
    Jimmy Moblee was then hit Father Lopez added four to I 1975. May 13, 5:45: will > School's third annual Junior lighting of the Olympic The Olympic runner, leading
    witna and given a base. their score in the fifth and left I The game marked the Chamber vs Discount. League get underway Olympics were held Friday, torch, followed by the the parade was Lavelle!
    pitch the
    Lake Butler far behind. opening of the 1975 Dixie Tuesday, May 13, at Pratt .I May 2, and was well attended Parade of Nations.Ir.! Bill Jones The parade consistedof
    Glen and White I
    Kemp Gerry Street Field, with Bret &
    Youth Baseball League which '
    The season came to by parents and community !MiGill spoke to the participants two students from each
    to the and hit an
    stepped plate Athletic
    up I will be played each Jerry's House j
    Monday, supporters, according to and the class. They were attired the
    back to back singles that unhappy end after Lake Tuesday; Thursday and CHURCH SOFTBALL meeting Brooker in the first > spectators on in
    scored Hazen and Mobley. Butler scored three runs in the I Friday afternoons. Games, LEAGUETO game at 7:30: p.m. The second school officials. history of the Olympics and S(4-< !I''age II)

    Father Lopez came back seventh but were unable to scheduled game at 8:45: will match the ,I ..... ...... ..
    are at 5:45: each OPEN SEASON ------- eo._eo.__ !O.> .1I.-1Iio.-: - - - -.
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    and scored one in the bottomoeeeeeeooo up. afternoon and also a doubleheader The Recreation Starke Merchants and
    ta.eeeeeeeeeeeeeoeLADIESMEN'S on Friday ment's Men's Church Softball Dampier Parts Inc.
    ---------- ---- evenings,
    " 5:45 and 7:15: p.m. League will make its debut, The Women's League will a I "
    STUDENTS CHILDREN LEVI'S Monday's game saw each Tuesday, May 13, at Westside play each Tuesday and
    i I team limited to just two hits Park, with First Baptist Thursday night following the J' r
    I each. Mike Jackson was the Church of Starke taking on Dixie Youth Baseball games. 4
    Largest Selection and Sin Range In South
    winning pitcher as he struck Northside Baptist Church The teams at this point look to *
    out 13 batters and walked five. (Prison Gates) at 7:30: p,m., be fairly equal and the league
    BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Frye, Texas, Dingo, Acme and
    should be
    Larry MahanSH Mike Griffis was the losing and at 8:45: Morgan Road very interesting to "t'
    on record but he had Baptist will match watch.
    I RTS:Panhandle Slim, Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten, pitcher a "
    good day as he struck out congregations with Madison ...
    Levi, RoperHATS This will be the first year ...
    eight and walked just four. Street Baptist Church. This ,-
    Stetson, American and Retlttol'
    : that the old established teamsof
    Mike Jackson and Donald looks like an all-Baptist
    j HORSE Saddles,Halters, Bits, Blanket, Bridles, Grooming year 1 -
    Norman's Farm and ,
    Stewart led Elks with a hit league but we are hoping next r
    Supplies, etc. each while Mike Griffis and year to have all the local Colonial Florist are not ,, ) -
    Jimmy Diggs collected the churches involved in our represented. Norman'soutgrew
    Master Charge and Bank Amtrlcard Welcomed the league while '
    two hits for Discount. program. .
    Federal Florist decided not to field a ,
    Little Dade Western Store Guaranty and team
    i Athletic House were r ,
    902 South Edgewood Avenue scheduled to meet Tuesday SCHEDULE: Friday May '.
    Jacksonville afternoon but the results were 16, 7:30: First Baptist vs \ I, .
    Florida 384.1210 not known at this writing. Madison Street; 8:45 Morgan SCHEDULE: Thursday
    ,v Monday Thru Friday: 9 A.M. TII 9 PM. SCHEDULE: Thursday Road vs Northside Baptist. May 15,7:30: Bret &Jerry's vs
    May 8, 5:45: Elks vs Chamberof Tuesday May 20, 7:30: First Dampier Parts, 8:45: Mer- Featuring :
    Saturday: 9 A M. Til 6 P.M. Commerce. chants
    Road vs Brooker
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    ing Starke's own A.C ahead he could have been rac- feature winner. lie received a Wayne Aldredge and is sponsored '
    Morrow went through it all ing along. free Seafood dinner from the by Wayne's Speed Shop. native dress and carried a flag Nikki Jones, Dean Kills,
    3. After Oral Tanner driving the new Branding 'Iron Restaurant No. 97, a maroon and while, from the country they repre Roscoe\ Simmons Allen Jones
    Saturday in night 22.19 May second lap No. 45 went out after half the here in Starke. '55 Ford from Starke is ow nod( sented. The students (had Softball throw: Pat Lee
    turning fastest a time in the race. We didn't find out why, We were very pleased when by Joe and Carl Wilson and learned from their units 'of Jamie Whitehead, Timmy
    for the Class, A.C. to the but he was running real good. A. C Morrow's wife, Jackie, driven by Joe Wdson TIlls cir O i o study the customs, art, food Thompson\ Paul Kish, Henry
    Hobby time after time put to finally Dave Todd in the yellow No 1 was asked to run for the title Is sponsored by Wilson's and history of their respective Douglas, Danny Griffis,
    rear in for of Miss Lake Welding and Thornton's Salvage Jamie Whitehead; Pal Lee
    finish in 7th position. The time was a good position City Speedway. nations.
    this week. Dave Jackie would like to i the award Rope Climb: Darrell
    the again is doing we sure The class winning
    that position gave was Morrow the fastest time pole? very good with his car see you wearing the crown No. 74, a sky blue! '61 Ford BYMNIIL CRAWFORD for best sportsmanship was Warren, Janes Mizelle., Lisa
    In the Sportsman Feature, this year. from Starke is owned In the Kindergarten.Mrs. Jones Troy Thrift Tim
    recorded on the track this Harvey Jones is No. 6 again I'd like to introduce you to Eugene Garver and driven b> The i inmtuminissioners( help and support we can get Knapp's third grade, Jackson tie, Al McClelland
    season. way out ahead of the rest to your drivers and cars this Ron "Goober" Carver and we have" plat cd the dam or dike from each county resident. representative of Greece, won Tracey llolliday Troy Thrift,
    As a double point night, buck in\ : lie >anal on the westside Take first step..call on Jackson Johnny Alex
    collect the checkered flag. No. week, while we are getting the understand they are looking your the award for the best booth. Tim
    there were no heat races, just 22 Ed Harris was hurt and column started. for sponsors. ol Sampson; Lake It was the Commission, speak out in All classes participated in the ander, (tie.Tugowar.
    the three main features.caution sent to the hospital when he How about A.C Morrow No. 18, a grey and red '63 put back in place May 2, behalf of the future of these contest by setting up a : k-Valerie Van
    Never: have so many of this Ford from Starke Keeping this dam in place three Bradford County lakes. and livers, John Finley' Marvin
    been thrown in lost his car on turn number first. Are we proud is owned refreshment table
    and stop flags out of one. We got word that Ed hasa fellow A. C. drives a gold and and driven by Estle Morrow has been a problem.Seems Protect your children, decorating it as to the customsof Thornton, Max Regar Becky
    three races. Twenty-one finished the back injury but was releasedand black '56 Ford. He is from and is sponsored J by Starke ; that a walking catfish grandchildren, and their their country. Sweat, Boddie Bishop; 1 l.
    37 Hobby Cars keeps removing It, a "cat children so that they may Mervin
    sent home. Starke and owns and sponsorshis Aulo Center. The awards given for best Lloyd I Iledman Mann,
    19 out of 38 in the Late that is. and
    race fish with two legs fish
    have future place Dren
    In the (Hobby Feature, four own car. His car wears a No. 77, a dark blue '55 Chevy a sportsmanship and most Judy Cowger Luke,
    Model Class, and 8 out of 14 No 'one' has theaUlhol'ity the outdoors.
    local boys were in the top 10. huge 3 for its number. from Hampton is owned enjoy authentic booth are permanent Dwighl Raincy, Chris Mann
    this dam
    Sportsman Cars. They were No. 74 "Goober" Keep up the good work A.C., driven and sponsored by Jr. to remove. plaques which will be displayed 2-Jimbo Croft Ricky Thompson
    In the Late Model Feature Garver in 4th, No. 18 Estle but watch the rest of these Estes. without permission.Since Container Corporation of at the school with a Dale Thornton, Jamie
    Kance Phillips was driving Morrow in 5th, No.3 (red) local drivers, they are doing No 3, a red and white '65 lakes in this area are America is cleaning up the new winner being named each Whitehead,. James Bishop,
    (Eddie Mac's new No.: 90. Kogar Elixson in 6th, and No. better every week. Chevy from Worthington at a record low, the commission ramp on Sampson. Container year. The first place oVl'l'allwinners David Mass 3Everett
    Kance drove a good race but 3 A.C Morrow in 7th.Congratulations No. 39, is a grey and black Springs is owned by Warren" feels that it is imperative has had nothing but trouble in each event Parrish, Chris Pearce David
    not good enough to win. No. 68with to Ernie '55 Chevy from Starke. The Martin and driven by Roger (to keep this dam in place until since they donated the ramp. received an engraved trophy, Ward Hunter Bradley, Stevie
    lakes reach their normal 1
    Harvey Jones won so far l Howie in No. 17, as the Hobby car is owned and driven byooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Elixson.No. We are fortunate to have while other overall winners Godwin, Timmy Thompson.
    9, a green '55 Chevy 11.\1'1. Container fix this ramp for us, and grade level winners Standing Broad jump:
    from Starke, is owned, driven If this method fails to it is free so let's take care of received ribbons. All participants Rashawna Simmons, Michael
    and sponsored by Jimmy restore the'water level in it. received a certificatefor George Len Wilkinson
    Public Announcement *" Martin.No. these three lakes, Crosby. This could be our last their work in the Olym- Adrian Williams George
    35 an orange and while Srtinpson. and Kowoll, anothermethod chance to have Container Johns Adrian Williams,
    '66 Ford from Stake Is owned will be ulili/.ed. restore the ramp and camp- pics.The event was co-o'dinated Michael George, Rashawna
    ASSOC. I have looked at
    by Frank Knight and drivenby personally ground. by Mrs. Janey Powell. Couch Simmons.
    Gene Sellers. Here'sanother the romp on Crosby and have The County Commission Vernon Turner trained the Running broad jump:
    ALACHUA BRADFORD. MARION one looking for sponsors never seen the lake this low. promised to fix the ramp on students for the events. Bobby llolden. Celest Melton,
    These cars all belong to Mr Mussel) 1kHaeho Hampton Lake. Special thanks go to Johnson's Lee Perry Mike Driver Steve
    the Hobby Class but we have was horn and raised on Crosby The ramp is much too long Nursery for the use of the Roberts, Bobby Holden
    Proudly Presents : four local l Late Model cars. I fake, styles( that he has neverin : and shallow. greenery to Archer Funeral Celest Melton.
    his life seen Crosby this low Citizens of Crosby, Sampson
    Bean throw
    Home for the use of the rug bag : Billy
    Special Events corning up: Alter the water level is Howell Lakes, and and to Jerry Wilson CC Van- Lennon;' Mike Nelson: David
    WESTERN JAMBOREEMay Saturday, June 28, is the, big restored in Crosby (the ramp Bradford County residents: : and Mrs Jay Harrison Ford, Robert Hampton
    COUNTRY severs
    12th Annual Race With the \Vill be sufficient. The future of these lakes are for their help and cooper LeMar Roberts, Michael:
    Late Models going after that The commissioners have at stake! Life or death! ation. Varncs Billy Lennon, Mike
    $1,000 first place money. given their word I Hint they will The Bradford Bassmasters The staff and students of Nelson.
    25th at Ocala Jai-Alai FrontonFor Running a grueling 1 lOll. ) laps to put forth an effort to restore are AGAINST, any move that LBES wish to thank everyonein Suitcase relay: Karen Ash,
    win. Don't miss this one. the water level. will destroy the lakes their community for their Sherrie Clemmons, Robin
    Tickets Further Information This could l III'( the beginningof "The water level will be of the and Kdwards: and Doris Klixson:
    Olympics ;
    or Well, there you have it for the end for the three lakes if restored t !" their ellorts to Melody Blom, Sherry
    the first week. Hope you enjoy action Isn't t taken encourage
    proper Orsburn and
    successlul! event Thomas, Lyndia
    CALL 473-2061 1/377-0612 column and those Bradford and have another
    : or the keep Baismastcrs Bass wishes, next Michelle Fillyan; Delmar
    lake residents need all the year.
    Wheels Rolling! Crawford
    Neil The/ winners in each event Young, Regina lluggens, Mike
    and the grade level( winnerswere Smith and Curtis Perry:
    },lII : Missy Pfiesler, Amy Saunders -
    :I .,' 50 yd. dash: I 1)) lie between Michel! Thomas mid
    Rhonda Brown and Cathy Tasha! Ward k-Kim Grill; is.
    Bradley, 3)) Jasper White, 4)) Karen: Crawford Rachel Hall
    Roscoe Simmons, kGregEdwards and Becky Sweat.
    I-Tommy'Wcbb, 2- (Egg; relay: Denise: Coggins,
    Alice Peters, Brenda Odom

    Fred Brown and Williams Cathy. Bradley 3-Rhonda Croft and Bech Senio Thornton Homey; ;, Susan WIllie

    Want to knT ,i, Sack Race: lllicnae) Smith and Shelly Spires; Tina
    Graham Melinda Hannah
    nby 2)) ,
    I Hodges, May Keen, Donna
    3)) Jodi llubbert, 4) Kim Luke and l'e'nnyt'otter; grade
    Jones Angela, k-Gary Cauley. 2-Mclinda 1- k-Nikki Jones Tullins, Slevie and Roberts.Tanya Carla,

    Hannah 3-Henae Graham. Tacked; Shonda Ilollow'atsch,
    lot) yd. dash: Jasper White,
    Kevin Johnson !Lynell Brent
    I Fred Williams, Allen Jones and Melessa (Foreman,
    Rick Brown, gradeKevin Denise Caggins\ Alice Peters
    Simmons, Leroy Stoutul11 1'e, Brenda Odom and Beth
    Ibiikat Jasper White, Allen Jones. Thornton; Diane Dubosc Lou
    40() yd. run-walk ; Allen
    Ann Akens, Alma Kodriqucy
    Jones, James Mizelle, Lavelle and Pilar Puig. '

    ."' Jones Rashawna Simmons 400 yd relay: Rhonda

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    ,t ..Jonl's--a ml ..Ual'r !lI,.Warrrn

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    301 Starke Perry Gary Croft' and Rosa
    Florida Stoutamire Rashawna
    FRI & SATA Simmons, Timmy Jackson.
    Joyce Weeks and Paul Kish! ,
    Kin < :oQQ Kevin Simmons, Nikki: Jones
    Uiipln Film WR Pat Brown and Missy Crolt.
    Tommy Wekk.; Dean (Ellis;
    I Cl.irence Brown and Hope
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    Trials 3 Resolution Okay U. S. Subsidized Flood InsuranceThe ., !J .- . --- ). -.

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    three resolutions Monday time the insurance Is volun- said, lending institutions are ance has been purchased. living or building in flood I
    making the county eligible for tary and there are no restric- not likely to advance money After the six months emer- prone areas, and there will GEM JEWELRY
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    National Flood Insurance Act To All OurLodiesA FREE CORSAGE !
    of 1968. Before the final phase of the
    becomes effective, To The First' 200 Of Our Ladies G
    County Zoning DirectorL.M. program
    cases are on the trial '
    docket in Circuit Court here Gaines said yesterday; Richard Haverty, 49, of mission suggested that the due to the economic corrected maps based on A Drawing Of Three Gift //r-
    during the week of May 12 that his office forwarded the Morgan Road, started work office be left vacant tempor- crunch. Zoning Director L.M. current data must be prepared i
    with Judge itA.Green, Jr. resolutions Tuesday to the Wednesday morning as Brad- Gaines was asked to handle and a hearing will be Certificates 1 ,
    presiding. Federal Insurance Adminis- ford County's new building the duties temporarily, but held to give the opportunityfor $25.00$15.00 MO.OO J
    Cases set for Monday are: tration, U.S. Department of inspector, succeeding the late due to the large number of local cricilicm or sugges- \
    Corine Daniel, 118 Lamar !Housing and Urban Development Bill Wood, whose death last inspections now being handledby tions. Just Sign Up Nothing To Buy /
    St.? Starke, assault with intentto in Washington. Fourteen March 15 left the office vacantfor Board the recommended office, the Zoning imme- The three resolutions approved You Need Not Be Present To Win .
    commit days after the Zoning Board several weeks. by the Commission
    murder ( '
    Revel and Mary A.Lucy Welch Mae). has notification from Wash- The County Commissionvoted diate approval of an inspector. Monday were designed to: We Are Under New Management
    that the resolutionshave 3-2 Monday to employ a The new director is a nativeof 1. Recognize that Bradford ,,
    ington ,
    L.J. Kite, Box 670, Starke, has disability Mt WOficttni'tt' S D.ny OK', Awn,
    two counts of aggravated been received and accepted building inspector followingthe Akron, Ohio and from a Civil- County does have flood prone ,W,,,,..... c,'...es S Jeerv/ ;.
    assault (Raiford any person in the second request of the areas. 1 .
    Tetstone). ,
    Gerry Wallace & Mildred Woodburn
    Service as a maintenance Assure the
    Board. At its 2. Washington
    will be eligible to buy County Zoning
    144 PhilipH., Starke Reagan, Rt. i. Box county flood insurance under an meeting last month, the Com- : supervisor. He is a journeyman agencies that the county has .e' Want To Wish, All Mothers l;,
    ; one count of
    of the plumber, pipefitter, and adopted the necessary build- And Mothers To B aggravated assault and emergency phase pro-
    one to Triest To steamfitter. His other experience ing codes and zoning ordinances .1 M ""tI"I/"U.- IliiinWntliri"'AI) '
    count of resisting arrest with gram at 25 cents per$100 up in .the .building field includes / si 1//, ,.
    violence. a maximum of $35,000 on resi- .
    dential and 40 cents employment as a 3. Prohibit an individual -. -" -= S<,# "i f..
    The defendant !in all three property, Build Library structural steel foreman and .- .--- -= .>.
    from j
    $100 on business or indus- erecting repairing or -- ;':" = .
    cases have filed written per ii'.vJ >.
    pleasof operating engineer with the '''- :::::;< -'1..,
    demolishing building
    or .
    not guilty. trial property up to a STARKE home of its own public schools in Washington, any ', .,,;
    structure without first obtain-
    The case against John C. maximum of $100,000. Con- for the first time ever, came a

    Ritch, 125 S.W. Both( Dr., tents of residential buildingsmay step closer to reality Monday, DC.Mr.. Haverty and his family ing a each separate unit building, subject permitfor to
    Gainesville, on one count of be insured for $35 per May 5, when the county have resided in Bradford
    review of the Board
    unlawful with $100 up to a maximum of commission awarded an Zoning
    possession County for about one year. and County Commission. & J Contractors
    intent to sell or deliver a con- $10,000, while contents of busi- $85,774 bid to the Triest Con-
    trolled substance, and one ness or industry may be insured struction Company of Key-
    ** c fccr'n msBts**
    count of unlawful delivery of a for 75 cents per $100 up stone Heights for the con- struction Co., Gainesville, o Cement And Masonry
    controlled substance, originally to a maximum of $100,000. struction of a Bradford County $90,989; Robert Gay Construction BRADFORDBARBER
    set for trial on May 13,has The emergency period of Public Library.The Co., Jacksonville, $91,355; All Work Guaranteed
    been continued until June 9. the insurance program extends low bid was some Watson Construction Co.,
    Set for trial on Wednesday, for six months from date $14,000 below the estimated$100,000construclion Macclenny, $91,787; Consulting 964.5227 SHOP
    May 14, are: cost. The Associates, Inc., Orange Free I No
    Michael Edward Stoudt, Steel PlantUnderWay contractor will have 150 days Park, $92,934; Guerry Con- I
    Florida State Prison, unlawful allowed for completion time struction Co., $94,628; John M. Has MovedTo I
    possession of a controlled sub- after being given "notice toproceed" Bickerstaff Builders, Jack- Estimate Obligation
    sonville, $98,108 King Royer,
    stance. by the commission, ;
    119 S. Walnut St.
    James E. Edwards, Florida Construction of a $25 million which should be within the Inc., Gainesville, $100,214.
    State Prison, assault with plant at Baldwin has been next 10 days. The new 4,000 square foot (Across From Badcock's Furniture) 473-2000

    intent to commit second announced by the Florida At a bid opening held by the building the east is to side be constructedon of Walnut Still Owned & Operated By Your Friendly Barber TF
    murder.Set commission
    degree Steel Corporation with con- on Thursday,
    Street on the north side of the HEMAN LEE ALLEN
    for trial 1 ten bidders submitted
    on Monday, struction scheduled to start by May ,
    May 19, with Judge Wayne midMay.The proposals for the building con- Jackson Street intersection.
    Carlisle presiding, is the case plant will be located ona struction. All proposals have
    of Stanley S. Noegel, 1018 N. 122-acre site just south of been under review and con-
    Temple Ave., charged with Interstate Highway 10 off sideration by a committee
    lewd and lascivious assault of commissionersDave _
    Yellow Water Road, adjacentto composed O .
    upon a female child on the Baldwin rail yard of the Paulk, George Roberts _ed.7. EI S ,
    November 26. The defendanthas and board architect Robert
    Seaboard Coast Line Rail- MMMY DISCOUNT STORES '
    entered a plea of not road.A Taylor.
    guilty, and not guilty by reason spokesman for Florida The committee
    of insanity. Steel estimates that 100 con- unanimously recommendedthe '
    struction workers will be acceptance of the Triest i. -
    employed during the 15 Construction Company proposal A .
    months expected to completethe of a base bid $79,774,
    plant. When it goes into with a first alternate for pav-
    operation !in August of 1976 it ing at $3,200, and a second
    will ultimately employ some alternate for carpeting and 4
    REMf ER!
    350 workers with an annual tile at $2,800, making a total .
    payroll of about $4 million. bid$85,774.. The commission
    V. The project has been unanimously approved the

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    suitable power from bids submitted, including -
    t9FfpRAsTRI Florida Power & Light Co. the paving and car-
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    >rlNG ever, by F.P.L. to construct a : Horner ConstructionCo. '
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    Page 16 TELEGRAPH May 8,197

    Starke Policeman Fined $101 .
    r ; tA Union General CoulffB

    In Public Shooting IncidentDenton 1. ecome

    DeVoe, a Starke ever, DeVoe was named In an

    charging policeman a fireaFminTpub Shaw affidavit assistant signed by Eugene attorney F. Training Facility For ShandsLAKE

    l ly Place, entered a plea of nolo< for misdemeanors in Bradford -
    contendere in County Court County after he heard about BUTLER The,latest effort to get It re- other a family physician, had Hospital could become In-
    here last Thursday and was the incident on April 16. thing that I Bay here houwS opened was made on been secured, and the managerial volved.
    fined $101 by County Judge regarded as tentative and February 14, when the contract's approvalwas Coggins did say that in dis-
    1 Elzie Sanders Smokey Says inconclusive, and I think youwill trustees gave their verbal then pending by the cussing the availability of the
    y charge against DeVoe : agree that I must be non- approval for a period of 90 regional office of the Health. Union General Hospital with
    "dig--- arole3 from an Incident in ,'I I THE FORESTFL.OORIS committal at this time with days to Hospital Care Facili- Education and Welfare In his colleagues that they were
    which it was reported by wit- FULL Of GlUJWlNG reference to your problem on ties, Inc., of Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta. Boxx said he would delighted In the future possibilities -
    Clay Electric CO-GP's 1975 Youth Tour to '""" tonI nesses in the area that an / 'THINGS reopening the hospital," Dr with the understanding that advise the trustees within a of the hospital liS II
    Contest Winners with the coop's"PreVid n of the Board occupant of a car traveling I t; THAT NEEDPRl71ECTIoti W.J. Cog ins told the trustees during the three month period week through chairman J.D. training facility for physicians,
    Trustees, Zedra Hamilton of Brookerl (I-r) Edgar east on Brownlee Road had of the Union General Hospital that a managerial contract, Griffis of events developingsince in training, medical students
    and Tommy Thompson, both of Gainesville, fired a pistol several times on Monday night, May 5. approved by federal officials, last month. and even hospital administrators -
    Best of Starke, and Cynthia Shoemaker of the night of March 30. DeVoe, Dr Coggins, chief of the would be forthcoming by May Chairman Griffis reported .
    / off duty at the time"Plicated was later Division of Rural Health of the 14. In addition, HCF, Inc, Monday night that further With no definitive
    by Identification of Shands Teaching Hospital? in would provide the services of contact with Boxx had been action
    Florahome] Girl Is WinnerOf the license number of the car. I Gainesville, met with the a minimum of two physicians, minimal and that he had being taken, the matter at Monday'smeeting !is 10'
    He was suspended for 30 \ hospital trustees Monday acceptable to the community, nothing further to report on hl'
    Youth TourVerle days In a "departmentalaction" I i; night for an open discussion on to locate their practiceln the matter.As explored by Dr. IK&eing and
    his staff, with the
    Clay Co-op by Chle of Police the possible future use of the Lake Butler. If these two conditions a result of the lack ofJommumc&tions
    Jimmy Bowen for "conduct Union General Hospital as an were met by HCF, the with HCF, continuedlith the
    Robert Best of Starkeis unbecoming a police officer." extension of a training and trustees WOUld then executethe Chairman Griffis arrangedfor trustees at their next meeting
    be held ,
    Mark's to
    St. Monday June
    among four winners of Clay Bowen said no one had filed a educational facility of the managerial contract with the exploratory discussionwith 2.
    Electric Cooperative's Youth aI. complaint in the matter and Shands Teaching Hospital in HCF,who would then have full Dr. Coggins at Monday In other actions Monday
    Tour to Washington Contest. ewscocChurc that he could not bring The Foreet floor is full of grtiirTn Gainesville.The control of the operation oC the night's meeting of the night. the trustees agreed hi:
    charges himself unless he had things that seed protectlont Its up to hospital closed its doors hospital.Meeting. trustees. -Transfer the sum 01
    Cynthia Shoemaker of been an eye witness to the in- you help prevent forest (Iris! in May of 1974, due to a lack oC with the trustees Emphasizing that his discussion 15,000() from the operating
    Florahome Tommy Thompson Church and E..t 3..a.oe) St..o' cident. His position was physicians in the community last month,. Bernie Boxx, was strictly tentative, account of the hospital I fund to
    and Edgar Callaway, both THE REVUOHN M. FLYNN, backed by the City Council ------------. In spite of the best efforts of managerial consultant, Dr. Coggins said that it would a savings account or I to. Pili"-
    of Gainesville are the other and City Attorney GeorgePierce. BIC PENS. The Office Shop 19 the trustees the hospital has assured the trustees that services involve a .period of a certificate of dcpOSit]
    members of the winning Thursday, May 8: 3:30: p.m., cents and 25 cents remained closed for the past of two doctors one a ximately i six months of plani'nase days with an Option 10
    foursome who will departJacksonville Brownie Troop No. 1.Z7: 7:30: Several days later, how- year. general practitioner and the ning and study before Shands renew for another lio! da's.!

    International p.m., Senior Choir Practice
    Airport on June 8 for an all- Sunday, May a-: 8:30: a.m.,
    expense paid trip to Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m..
    Washington. D.C. during the Church School; 11 a.m., Vix/i.. .
    nation's Youth Week. Morning Prayer; 5 p.m.,
    Junior E.Y.C. Meeting, 6:45:
    The youths will join hundreds -
    p.m., Senior E.Y.C. Meeting.
    of other young people Monday, May 12: 3:30: p.m., WERREBEABYN
    from throughout the United
    Junior Choir Practice; 4:30:
    States for an exciting and p.m., Brownie Troop No. 604.
    week that will
    event-filled Tuesday, May 13: ;3:30: p.m.,
    include visits to the White Girl Scout Troop No. 614.
    House U.S. Supreme Court

    Building,Arlington Cemetery, .
    Smithsonian Institute, Lincoln
    and Jefferson Memorials, and
    the Headquarters of the
    National!': Rural ElectricCooperatives

    Other finalistsCooperative's in the .: t t I I

    10th consecutive II
    YouthWashington Tour to upUl I
    Contest were: I
    Patti Reighard, Judith Sauls, .'I l ,1j4 Hot t P
    Donald Triest of Keystone 1t I
    Hieghts; and Teresa Ann CQ Q 1 T

    Rodgers of Lake City 1/4 Off RI

    Sunday: Sunday School, '
    ObituariesMrs. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, D
    11 a.m.;Church Training! 6:15: I
    p.m.;; Evening Worship 7:30: 'E ;
    !! Humphreys' ,; .
    m.Monday: Girls Ensemble, ; Item .
    1\1rs. Eva Todd Humphreys, 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir,7 p.m. : j Any \\i\\
    50,of Starke,died Wednesday, Tuesday: Helen Masters .M'I
    April 30, in the Bradford Group 10 a.m.;; Ida Darby ,
    County Hospital after a lingering Group; Lorena Epperson I
    illness. She was! born in Group, 2:30 p.m.; Junior
    Union county on March 13, Choir &: Handbells, 3:20( p.m.; !
    1925, and was a member of Craft Class, 7pm-; Lottie .H. Stock D

    Hinehill Congregational Moon Group 7:3o'p.m. I ,. :" ,, ;(' In' t//, Til'" ... '
    Methodist Church. Wednesday;. FamilY Night. .. .,.. ... ,)....... ..!__ .
    < .. ...I--'. '... -.. -".- ,. nO"' >t4..J. fC"" 1 d' : '::11., ',111 ;>IIJ'II, .I'.I' ... I ,." ", :'
    Surviving is one brother, Supper 6:15 'p.m.; Sunday 1School po. .. "i. "'" .. .. : p'. ,. ." .\ q "".. .. .. .I "
    James W. Todd Jr., Jacksonville Workers Meeting, < .
    ; three sisters, Mrs. R.A., G.A., Acteens, World A V .
    Georgia Sumner, Jacksonville Friends, Missions Friends, i
    ; Mrs. Susie Hilliard and 6:45: p.m.; Hour of Power, I .... 1
    airs.Geraldine Griffis, both of Business Meeting 7:30 p.m.; \ 1 Off \\
    Starke; one stepson, L.B. Church Choir, 8:15 p.m. :; L
    Humphreys, Jr., of Georgia; Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: 2 I
    eight stepdaughters, 1\1rs. a.m.Iusic; Makers Choir, xPj''
    !Nadine': Dobson. !Mrs !Margaret 3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m. .
    Kirkland Mrs. Virginia Saturday: Sunday SchoolYouth ,F
    Thrift, Mrs.! Vera Rhoden, B Dept. Swim Party, '- '.,"/" I
    Mrs. Sylvia Crews Mrs. 12:30: p.m. N
    Robin Rhoden, and Mrs AllDiaries' ,
    Claudia McLearky, all of Ben P. Bryant, E \ .. 'I
    Macclenny, and Mrs. Leletha PastorMrs.E. :
    Brown of Georgia. Ci
    Funeral services were heldat
    2:30: p.m. Sunday in the Thomas '
    Pine Valley Congregational &
    Holiness Church with Rev Mrs. Emma K. Thomas, 90, \ :
    W.J. Thornton officiating. died April 29 in Jacksonvilleafter
    interment was in Elzey an extended illness.
    Chapel Cemetery in Union Mrs. Thomas was born inBradford : 5
    County with DeWitt C. Jones County and hadresided a i-.. ,
    Funeral Home in char'gRobert her entire life in the : .: I
    Lake Butler community. She Calendars i'
    was a member of the Lake
    Butler Baptist Church. FI ;
    T.Sundel, Sr. Survivors includet: twodaughters U \ .

    : Mrs. Ruby An- ,
    Robert T. Sandel Sr died drews of Lake Butler and Mrs. '
    April 29 in the Veteran's Virgie Townsend of Orange Today : .
    Hospital in Lake City aftextended an Park: one son: Seeber Come In' L I I
    illness. Thomas of Jacksonville; one I R
    Mr. Sandel was bonSo"th in sister: Mrs. Ena Taylor of Good
    Carolina and lived most Lake Butler, seven grandchildren Choice Is'
    of his life in the Union County 20 great grandchildren \ While The
    area. He was a member of and three great- E
    Sardis Baptist Church and i a great grandchildren.
    veteran of World War I. Services were held May 2 in
    Survivors' include: the the Lake Butler Church of t :I
    widow, Mrs. Julie Sandel of Christ with Brother Samuel
    Worthington; two sons: Long officiating. Buriel was i in '
    Robert T. Sandel.Jr. of Ocala Dekle Cemetery with Archer Victor Adding Machine Caculator Me
    and George William Sandel of Funeral Home of Lake Butler
    lIavannah, Fla.; two daugh-' in charge of arrangements.
    ters: Mrs Dot Mike or '

    Orangeburg Mrs. Clara South L. Walling Carolinaand of 4 II. '
    SERVICELoretta "
    l'M.atleSouth Carolina; onestepdaughter
    : Mrs. Kathryn 1.lf "
    Rimes of Worthington; : .! ;
    step-son, David E. Woodmgton Gabriel
    of Worthington: Promoted toSpILudwigsburg. ", .
    sisters: 1\1rs. Alma 1\1izelle, Germany, I .
    Mrs. Belle Scaff and 1\1rs. April 18 Loretta J. Gabriel, .''
    Jessie Baker, all of Lake daughter of William S. j "
    Butler, and Mrs.! Geraldine Starling Route I. Starke was'to CHAMPION IMPERIAL PRINTING ELECTRONIC '
    Summers of Rowesville, South promoted Army specialist I i .. ,\ 'f. ',1.. .:;
    Carolina, 19 grandchildrenand four while clerk- : .
    serving as a .: .I if!
    10 great grandchildren. typist with the 4th Transpor- CALCULATOR I .
    Services were held May i in tation Battalion here.Kelly I r fr u.'. i.
    List 119<> ? -"
    Sardis Baptist Church of ;t> 24900 I'
    Worthington with Rev. PauFuneral David EarnsPsychology 49.0 '11900' .
    ? ,'
    Graham and Rev Hollis .. $9409 17382 ;
    Warren officiating. Burial Degree ii : $12358 .
    was in Elsey Chapel Cemetery 8/9 $8507 ,.
    under direction of Archer CapacityCredit 12 Digits '

    Home of Lake Butler David Kelly of Lawtey was Balance Floating Decimal }

    graduated May 4 at thecommencement

    > sIN Florida Southern exercises College of, Th. Office Shop ; ..

    REMEMBRANCEIn : : Lakeland with a B.S. degree
    memory of our loving son in psychology.{
    and brother Richard Crewsv.ho ,
    passed away May 10 Kelly Is a member of Pi
    1974. We miss him very much.:. Kappa Phi social fraternity 135 W. Call. St. 994.6305T Starke, Florida -:' '-.
    and was a member of Phi Mu 4 :
    music eel M'. Pooeer Fo Free Delivery With Inis M ,
    Mr.&:Mrs.Raymond Crews Alpha Honorary : M. 01 Starke
    : Oris Myrick&family Society' --9- "
    Mrs. Q .. ( ;\
    Miss Judy Crews His parents' are Mr. and -
    Mrs. George D. Kelly Rt. I, N > \ / c\-r \ 'li\ '.

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    I 8, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 17

    r--.Legals----------. Le.a.s." Dog Pound Is $11,770 Promised Union 28 Units Training I

    I NOTICE I I 1S, R-22E.J) .>' f,
    I James E. Starling has made Name in which assessed: Ver- Pushed For UnionLAKE Recreation ProgramLAKE At Camp Blanding
    Application( to the Bradford non J. Forsyth.All ,

    j|County eclo4sificatlon Zoning of the Board property for the County of said of Bradford property being State of In BUTLER "The dog been provided to the commission BUTLER'The Union cide with the governing bodies Twenty-eight units comprising ; from l finance, administration- ,

    described below from RIB to Florida population in Worthington for further action.In County Recreation Committeein who contribute funds to its 2,500 men from and traffic control to road
    | R1C.j I II Unless such certificate or certificates outnumbers people twotoone a diverse action last a special meeting Monday operation, future financing throughout Florida and other construction and con.ha!
    I j 206feet 160 feet,207 feet 139 shall be redeemed and if rabies should month the Lake Butler city night May 5, adopted a five difficulties should be eli- Southeastern states arrived at arms training.The .
    I become epidemic we (Worthington council agreed! to look for Camp Blanding April 27 for
    feet, in Sec. 17, Twn. 6 South according to law the months "bob-tailed" budgetfor
    | Rge. 22 East, off Highway 16 described in such certificate property or ) would be wiped out," another site to construct an the period beginning May 1 The five months budget will the first of the annual summer major constructionwork
    I Olin McCann told the Union animal shelter and if carried out during the
    J west on Market Road east certificates will be sold to the neces- through September 30, 1975 be funded by monies from the encampments.Of
    J This change in classification Is I highest bidder at the court County Commission Tuesday, sary to pay the total cost from totaling $11,770.99.The Union County Commission the 28 units participatingin two-week encampment is the
    May 6.H.D. city funds. of Lake Butler, the training exercises, four complete rebuilding of approximately -
    subject to house $3,125 City
    | a public hearing to be door on the 19th day of committee's first an- ;
    I held on Tuesday May 27 at 7:30: May 1975. Lawrence, a long time "Now I'm not here to pres- nual budget expired as of $3,125; Town of Worthington are from Jacksonville, and four miles of
    I proponent for the constructionof sure anybody into anything.I'm $520 and the ex- others include Tallahassee's53rd road in the camp including the
    in the Dated Springs,
    p.m. County Commission this 10th day of April, April 30, with an unencum-
    a city-county operated dog resident I North entrance road to West Gate
    I room at the Bradford County 1975. not even a city bered cash balance of pected emergency appropri-- Signal Group ,
    I Court House at which time all Gilbert S. Brown, pound appeared as spokesman do, however live in the $1,875.99. ation by the school board of Miami's 50th Supply Bat- Range Road, a connecting
    I persons Interested shall be heard Clerk for a small delegation in county, and I would certainly Larry Powell $3,125 and the cash balance talion, West Palm Beach's road and several parkingareas.
    an effort to get the delayed appreciate anything you gentlemen of $1,875.99.The 265th Air Defense Artillery, .
    | for or against the proposal, as By: Beulah M. Moody recrE'at ion director, followinga carry-over
    project underway. could and will do about of the and Live Oak's 269th
    | specified in the Zoning Code of Clerk of Circuit Courtof Originating last fall at the suggestion made by the full membership EngineerCo. The 2551 h Dump Truck Co.
    | Bradford County. Bradford County, Florida of the these stray dogs especiallythose Union School Board at its last Recreation Committee was on from St. Augustine is hauling
    beginning budget year, that dumped on meet-
    4/24 4t 5/15 hand for Monday nights
    meeting got commitments for limerock from Jacksonvillefor
    | John Torode, Chairman -------------- the city of Lake Butler included other peoples property by funds toenable the Recreation ing. In addition to director The National Guard and this project.

    I Bradford County Zoning Board.I their the amount its of $3,000 in folks that don't want them Department to continue its Larry Powell, those present Reserve personnel, supportedby After these Iroops leave
    M. REGISTRATION OF budget as contribution. anymore. Now, I'm not only' were committee chairman two U.S. Army Reserve
    I / L. Gaines operation through September camp on May 11, there will bea
    j ltchg FICTITIOUS NAMESWe speaking for myself but for all 30, contingent upon the appro- D.E. (Skip) Woodington, T.S. medical units will undergo two-week interval before the
    I The commission agreed to these who with
    people came Thomas, Jr. Buddy Guynn,
    val of a school board emergency ? training programs ranging next contingent arrives.DACARE .
    L-I the undersigned, being have the animal shelter and me, as well as those who are of which is Robert Lee Cason and Bill
    REGISTRATION OF duly sworn, do hereby declare the required kennels con- the same mind who are not expected appropriation to be made at their Koister. -- ---- --- f
    FICTITIOUS NAMES under oath that the names of all structed on some unused pro- here," Lawrence said. >
    next meeting on Tuesday, ;
    We the undersigned, being persons interested in the business perty al the county motor The commissioner's were May 13.With I
    duly sworn, do hereby declare or profession carried on vehicle inspection) station, but sympathetic; to the delega a change in the budget CENTER 3
    under oath that the names of all under the name of Bradford Fuelat refused to make a commit tion's request but felt thai FOR ? .'
    for the Recreation
    ment on funds until it is had done that year e FROM ARM BABIES
    South pro- they everything "
    persons interested in the business Thompson Street, Committee that will now coin-
    or profession carried on P. 0. Box 1209, Starke, Florida vided with an estimate of its they had been called upon to TO SCHOOL AGE JfrA
    under the firm name of T & S and the extent of the interest of coast. do.It 1ft. SALEPurebred
    Lumber & Fence at P. 0. Box each, is as follows: No cost estimate has yet was then suggested that _.:.. CONSTANT CARE2 -

    215, Hampton, Fla., and the another meeting of the canine So for (lie mother's sake the BALANCED SNACKS
    extent of the interest of each Is Name !Extent: of Int. City Employs committee be called and held child was clear, Black Angus Bull '
    as follows: some time before the next And clearer was the motherfor Calves and Heifers 11 to 16 NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
    Name !Extent: of Int. Freeman Register, Jr. 20<% commissioner's meeting and months old. Homeplace
    Oscar John Thompson 50% Freeman Register, III 20<% that an up-dated report be the child. Eileenmere 210 and Dor REASONABLE RATES

    Harley,Seabolt 5(}% Michael Bach 20<%> 2 Patrolmen prepared for the commissioner's Samuel Taylor ColeridgeI Mac's Bardoliermere 65th WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE.
    Larry Crawford 20<% consideration.Mrs. Bloodlined. Solid lengthy

    /sOscar John Thompsons J.G. Holton 20<% Sharon Minshew, think it must be some herd sire or replacement THEIR PROBLEMS (tt}
    /Freeman Under CETASTARKE represents Lake Butler; and prospects.
    / / Harley Seabolt Register,Jr.
    Dated this May 2, 1975 at /Freeman Register III serves as chairman of the where written, that the vir- Greater Bethlehem FreeWill "\.%* f

    Starke, Bradford County, /Michael Bach Two temporary committee. CommissionerPaul tues of mothers shall be Rex Smith Church :.f;
    Florida. Isl J. G. Holton police officers have been Riherd represents the visited on their children, aswell W. Brownlee Road Baptist 964513611O1 .j1 I'

    5/8/ 4tchg 5/29 /sLarry L. Crawford employed by the Starke Police commissioners net Dukes, Worthington; Mayor Gar and as the sins of the Phone Starke 964.7679 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST OR
    under the
    -------------. Sworn to and subscribed this federally Department subsidized Compre- Mayor Elmer Wallace, represents fathers. Itchg, 5/8 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866

    STATE OF FLORIDA 10th day of April A. D. 1975 hensive Employment Train- Raiford. Dickens

    DEPARTMENT OF STATEI 4/24 4tchg 5/15 ing Act (CETA), according to L _
    -- ----------------
    ------------ Chief Bowen.
    Secretary of State of the Stateof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT The pair is Patrolman
    Florida, do hereby certify that EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF James Rye 30 who was a
    GEORGES' PROPERTIES, LTD. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD member of) the department in FOOD

    heretofore a limited partnership FORD COUNTY. 1971-72 and since has workedas The Qufllih Food People Tb QIIIIIW Food P !
    formed under Chapter 620, Florida a policeman in Keystone |. ".
    Statutes, having its principal CIVIL ACTION Heights and Clay County. The
    place of business in STARKE, CASE No.75-113 second is officer Roman "........BONELESS BEEF BONELESS BEE( S4Vfl.

    BRADFORD Alvarez,36, a Baptist minister FAIR t'f
    COUNTY Joe
    IN RE: The Marriage of ..
    native of Bradlord
    FLORIDA was duly cancelled for and a OUNDSTEAKS ROUNfrROAST
    failure to file 1974 Annual HOWARD O'NEAL WISEMAN, County Alvarez recently BOTTOM .
    a/k/a/ HOWARD O. MONDAY ''
    Report. Pursuant to the provi- resigned his church in Texas
    Husband, and CAROLYN RUTH and returned home. SUPERMARKETS
    sions of Section 620.31, Florida
    Statutes, I hereby give NOTICEin WISEMAN, Wife.NOTICE Rye is fully certified under STARKE

    this newspaper, which is pub- OF SUIT the Florida Police Standards 320 SOUTH
    'listed in BRADFORD COUNTY NO PROPERTY Council standards. Alvarez WALNUT ST.
    Florida that said limited partnership lacks the 200-hour training .. _
    has filed all delinquent ToHoward: O'Neal Wiseman course, but Chief Bowen is Ir"r.Or Law 0000 Dr{
    waiver for him until ,NIRP RONO, Nr,Soho rNPO MALLU Y 11
    reports and paid all fees required c/o Helen Horton seeking a lore QUANTITY Rm"n Reuarm $138
    under law. Spanish Fort, Alabama. Alvarez can enroll in the first lIB $148 lIB
    wt in pfuin// Knpt I
    I hereby reinstate said limited YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat available police standards
    partnership's Certificate of an action for Dissolution of course. L ill
    Authority as of December 31, Marriage has been filed againstyou CETA is paying the two mena
    1973 the year for which the Howard O'Neal Wisemanand salary of $766 per month
    limited partnership was last you are required to serve a each and buying their' uni-

    granted a Certificate of copy of your written defenses, if forms. .
    Authority. any to it, on the plaintiff's attor- The two new men replace I t. s.
    GIVEN under my hand and the ney, whose name and address is the officer cut by the city r
    Great Seal of the State'of Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. council because of the tight ASSORTED BEEF BLADE
    Florida, at Tallahassee, the Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, money situation and give an SMOKED
    Capital, this the 24th,day of and file the original with the additional man to allow a Pork LoiftCHOPS PICNIC STYLE POT CHUCKROAST
    April A.D.. 1975. clerk of the above styled courton member of the police depart. WATER ADDEDSHOULDER
    or before May 19, 1975: ment to act as an investigator, ROAST
    BRUCE A. SMATHERS otherwise a judgment may be Chief Bowen points out.
    ONB N 2 TO 3 LS PKG
    SECRETARY OF STATE entered against you for the relief Named acting investigator -
    Itchg 5/8 demanded in the complaint or on a temporary basis, at rood Pa RLLWIIII
    petition. least, is Patrolman George
    -------------- pIr.A I.CWLCI
    WITNESS my hand and the Tomasovitch, 30, who has
    NOTICE seal of said Court on April 17, been with the departmentsince
    4 weeks after this date, April 1975. November 1973. The
    24, 1975, no claims will be state attorney has urged the
    honored against the estate of Gilbert S. BrownAs hiring of an investigator for You Save 30 On.., You naP Sava u hrm 10 On. You Save 30 On.,, Yau Save IIL On ? Yau Save II On.,, You Save 30 On., You Save 30 On.,

    Walter T. Smith. Clerk of said Court department for some time, FARMLAND FRESH CHUCK a.essss.an BONELEE: LAMB" "LAMB N'

    Milo R. Smith By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Chief Bowen points out. DINNERS PRYERS STEAKS SHUCK POT BEEF ROAST
    Box 155 Deputy Clerk Paper work has grown tremendously ROAST ,p 111N M", Mq, CHOPS
    Lawtey, Fla. 32058 in felony charges. wNOu 1illiYf e4 aro
    4/244t 5/15 2 99 I 433 a'z8 i'Z8 69 89
    4/24 4tp 5/15 Bowen says. It takes a lot of 6" uu L U ilia

    -- .-------------. work to put a criminal in court
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, where it will stick, he says.

    REGISTRATION OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN His department has had EvryDyLowPrkcES3. EftryDrlowPrlce TIoo u....F...& ........ EftryDrl.owPrlcC TIoo u....F...&........
    FICTITIOUS NAMES AND FOR BRADFORD trouble handling cases pro- .... .L.O.. REALEMON WISH.ONE CONTAOINA .ANT'T ..ID! TABBY Pantry Prid*
    COUNTY, FLORIDA. perly because of a shortage of 28os. SOFT CAESAR TOMATO ICE Cat Food
    We the undersigned, being Case No. 75-28-CJ ((1.2298)) manpower the chief says. DRINKS4l DRESSING SAUCE MILK A.nD3ge Tea Bags
    duly sworn, do hereby declare JUVENILE DEPARTMENTIN "I think with this help, we JUICE
    under oath that the names of all will be able to show the peopleof .., C'N.., 7/$1 G..".',.," 79c .CAN.s.. -/$1 ;I0 U0NT QQ
    persons interested in the business THE INTEREST OF: JEREMY Starke we can and will do
    or profession carried on ANDREW DAVIS, a/k/a BABY the job if we have the man-
    undor the name of Happy Stopsat BOY DEAR, a minor child. power available" Chief COMPARE SAVE | COMPARE & SAVE I COMPARE SAVE
    308 South Thompson Street, Bowen stales "I'm pleasedand
    , P. O. Box 1209, Starke, Florida, NOTICE very grateful to the Federal -. Quarter Fryers .yrsurrs.: : 49.NrR 10'-i Boneless Hams Kr.% $459..,. 30i Turkey HINDI DNUUSriCKS on o"'O''N' La 49c"V.IO

    I and each the is extent as follows of the: interest of JEAN THE STATE DEAR,OF the natural FLORIDA mother TO: )to Government have these for two allowingme men." Roll SausageSkinless ONIMYNCD: 79t.... 10 I Fryer CombkQ;:;; !':! N?l; 79' .... '0' I Cooked Ham ..,m.... .'0 '189.... 10'

    I and the natural father and TO Franks srsrSliced : : 69t.... ,o J Soft Oleo :NT"rr"IL. TU.'D. 5St ..v. I Cream Cheese :-O'D.. 39' SASS .

    Name Michael Bach !Extent: of 100 Int... WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. who've Bad news for housewives about Bologna :::::""'. H9 ..rRa' I Fish Sticks :SISOZr.PSQ. M19.... "i 20 I Fyne Spread Oleo :-ASSU- 39 SASS a
    Sworn to and/sMichael subscribed Bach this that YOU a Petition ARE HEREBY under oath notified, copy getting out of houseworkwith Pork Steaks -'550LU gst .... 21 I Perch Fillets -,:g : IS 69'... 10 I Cottage Cheese r ::VcT59'; .... 4
    8th day of April, A. D. 1975. of which is delivered to you space travel even Cheese Slices SINfUl 17 01 :WIUr> .D 79C ..... ,0,1 Turkey Boast 'MASSIL DLS I 139..v. sol Chipped Meats .;::..o.on 45' ?r.4'
    4/24/ 4tchg 5/15 herewith, has been filed in the Cosmonauts have to clean
    --------------,, above styled Court for the per- :
    house. Dust and dirt must ::
    manent commitment of :

    FICTITIOUS NAME a/k/a BABY BOY DEAR, a in their orbiting space Pantry REGULAR GRIND
    minor male child, born March station. Dnde OftELECTRIC Del Monte
    865.09 31, 1975, to a Licensed Child PERKCOFFEE
    Pursuant to Section FRUIT & PUDDING
    is here Placing Agency for subsequent Thou art mother's
    Florida Statutes, notice thy glass,
    by given that the undersignedJohn adoption commanded and to be you and are appear hereby in and she in thee CUPS
    742 N.
    Calls back the lovely Aprilof
    Street, Starke, Florida, 32091, the above Court at Starke, .
    doing business under the firm Florida at 3:00: p.m. on the 2nd her prime ASSORTED
    name of "SUZUKI OF STARKE" day of June, 1975 and to show Shakespeare 4 PACK
    said Petition shouldnot .
    cause why 2Ooz
    304 East Call Street Starke,
    Florida, Intends be granted. ...
    Bradford County
    --- .----------
    hand Judgeof
    WITNESS my as
    name to under register the said provisions fictitious of said Court and the Seal Lvgalm. FRESH TENDER 1 SWEET AND MELLOW I JUICY
    thereof, this 18th day of April
    aforesaid statute. 1975. Golden Ripe I
    John Curies, sole owner. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SNAP BEANS
    21st day of April,
    Dated this R.A. Green,Jr. REGISTER BANANAS4CK !
    A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. CIRCUIT JUDGE FICTITIOUS NAME I

    4/24 4tchg 5/15 5/1 4t 5/22 :
    --- -------------- Pursuant to Section 866.08 23 12
    NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida Statutes notice Is resh15" 48 CTIoo

    TAX DEED Research Can Win hereby' given that the under- LB. I .. \ LB !I FOR
    The death rate from uterine signed James O. McDaniel,
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, has been cut drastically Route 1, Box 275-D, Starke, _

    that Albert Thomas the holder of cancer because a researcher discovered Florida and Herman Paul Ev ryO ytow* fa* u....F...& ........ n.u....F...& ........ TIoo u....F...&,.,.. EverylWrrlowPricc
    the following certificates has test for early detection. Russell', 1822 Sleepy Hollow CIXNAMDT MAXWILL ,.. TANYA us. 010' 5..UJUIC'
    a. FRESH
    filed said certificates for a tax Help spur the search for other Drive, Starke, Florida 32081 HOT DOC CNItl "oun: SUNT AN WHITEPOTATOES FLORIDA
    deed to be Issued thereon. The tests by supporting the doing business under the firm SAUCE5l COFFEE MUSHROOMS
    and of name of;'R 6 M ENTERPRISE",
    numbers years
    certificate of the American Cancer Society's programs Sleepy Hollow Drive Starke, .' 99 ,,,' UI 5c 9..(
    the description 4c'
    property issuance and the names in of research, education, Bradford County, Florida OAc. ru.. 8Se _, LOOS Al H _, _",. ,
    and service.
    which it was assessed are as 32091, intends to register said
    fictitious name under the ----" rrFOLGER'S1 ----- --- ------ -------
    follows'Certificate: No. 68. The The fight Fight against Needs You cancer provisions of aforesaid statute. '; 1 ff GOLD MEDALI r TETLEY .j 7rOR+6f, nr,.

    Year of Issuance: 1973. needs volunteers and James. O. McDaniel and : _
    Description of Property: Com more fund more to help wipe outcancer Herman Paul" Russell. sole COFFEE I I :LLS I 1m! TEA BAGS i BREAD
    353ft. E. of NW Coy of NEIL of in yoMrJuetime. Volunteer owners. I :2 Ill VACUUM CAN I I OFFFLOUR | 48 COUNTS; I PM"P
    NEVi and run S.225 ft. for ROB, for the :rusade and give Dated tNs 28th day.of April I OFF ...,TM.,.INI. .eoufi k. ROOD ONLY AFI I .ONLY .f I I WITH TIN,eov.ow O-OC4LI.r' IUMTflV
    then run W. 105 ft, S. 68 ft. E. to the American Cancer Society. A. D. 1975 at Starke. Florida. .... ,. PRIOR,.r. .i...,,yroR'.eou.o?,"'": j I pj MAT l. l.rs' I.IMIT 4|COUPON" JOU MV 14 .PRIOR.''. LIMIT 4. Q *t I SLOPYNP.COUffONMay / ICs /
    106 h. N. to POB. Sec: 30, T-7- 4/1 4tp 5/22 _. ,. ----.-------- .. ------- ----- .!------- -----:)
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    25 Earn Straight: A's At BHS Glenn Mullins, Vorease Tomlinson Linda Williams, Larry, Michael White,

    John Samons, son of Mr. Mr and Mrs. Obed Pauley, Patrick, Larry Paterson, .
    and Mrs. John Samons, Lawtey. Miss Pauley's sub- Melissa Hutledgeh Jimmy Crews.SOPII010U.S! : Julie
    ,;" ," .. Starke His courses are jects are teacher's aide, data Scott, Sheila Terri
    Saxon, Aljels, Tina
    '.,,. English, driver's education, processing II block, and Starling Terry Thomas, Brown, Craig Buhler, Darla
    .t" Spanish II, geometry, biological English. Edward Watts, Randall Christopher, Lisa Mitchell,
    sciences, PE, and tennis. Debra Mitchell, daughter of Williams, Dianne Yawn ,, Jack Schiller
    Briar ,
    .a. j Susan Edwards,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Legertha Hampton, Rebecca Pamela Patray Tucker.KRESIIMEN,
    ;tN Mr.and Mrs. WII.Edwards of Starke. Miss Mitchell's sub- Hulchias" Gloria McCutchen,
    er Kingsley Lake. Her coursesare jects are chemistry, toucher's Rudolph McGregor, David :
    Dyal Lamar
    chemistry, PE, SpanishII aide Spanish III, English, McMillian, Tony Osteen and Eunice, Cheryl, Neva Flynn, Denise
    driver's education Randall E. Thomas.
    E'-: !p1l1 geometry, and drama. middle physical school education aide at the JUNIORS Katherine 'Gissy, Elbert Gowens Mundorff, Ronda
    Griffis, Terry ,
    Freshmen are: Joy Starling, daughter of Baker, Robert Best, Andrew Karen Reddish, Chuck Register -
    Carolyn Roller, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Lonzo Starling, Crews, Denise DeVore, Gail Rhoden, Linda
    Mr. and Mrs. George Roller of Lawtey. Miss Starling's subjects Deborah Douglas, Jimmy
    Richardson, Tim Schiller,
    Miss Roller's sub- Alicia Jackson,
    Lawley are office practice, short Duncan,
    jects are Art I, PE, civics, hand II, business English, Jennifer Jockel, Glenda John- Teresa Shirley, MargaretSmith
    Dale Harold
    modern science algebra II, teacher's aide, and bookkeeping. son, Beverly Meng, Bobby Taylor,
    ,..., and English I. Patterson, Danette Rodrigue, Waters, Buddy Williams,
    Kathy Taylor, daughter of Part time seniors earning Laura Kay Thomas, Jenny Judith Williams.
    County Agent and Mrs. Bobby straight A's include Sherri
    Taylor of Starke. Miss Tay- Ashline, Jimmy Brownlee, I Ii
    lor's subjects are Spanish I, Beth Chapman, Joan Dyal,
    world cultures, English I, Donna Futch,Gerard Anthony
    science, PE, and algebra II. Hendreth, Johnny Hobbs, Now Open
    Seniors: Rhoda Jones, David Kilby,
    Just four of the 18 seniors Debbie Marshall, Otha Miller,
    > listed as earning straight A's Lloyd Mosley, Joy Saxon, and Ted's Welding Shop
    1 TrjJ.! \ are full time students. They Jan Searle.
    :- 4 are: Honor roll students,with a B
    Jody Harper, daughter of average or higher, are: 323 W. Brownlee St. 964-8988
    Rev and Mrs. George S. SENIORS: Amy Blalock, ,
    Harper, Starke. Miss Har Kathy Comerford, Elizabeth I Repairs Light or Heavy
    per's subjects are English, Crew, Candy Foster, Benita
    teacher's aide, Spanish II, Franklin, Elva Hampton, Ornamental Iron Work
    creative writing, algebra III, David Harper, Jenae lliggin-
    trigonometry, and physics. botham Tommy Jackson, Install Or Repair Trailer Hitches

    I4 Donna Pauley, daughter of Phillip Jenkins, Debra Lewis, ,
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    and Joy Saxon. Kneeling Carolyn Roller Susan Edwards, / \ \ e
    Straight A students at Bradford High for the fourth six-
    John Samons, Debra Mitchell,
    I weeks Joy Starling. Standing I
    grading period are (/l-ri):
    Jimmy Brownlee, Kathy Taylor, Johnny Hobbs, and Nancy
    First row Donna Pauley Cindy Edwards, Teresa DeVore, Hildreth..

    STAKE Twenty-five of 10 for the fourth six-weeks, juniors, and two freshmen Mr.and Mrs.W.II.Edwards of _:. :: I '.
    some 1,000 Bradford High usual in the spring when con- earned straight A's. Juniorsare Kingsley Lake. Miss Edwards 1 .iEF'a
    students, or 2.5 percent, sistent straight A students slip : takes geometry, teacher's
    earned straight A's (for the to a B in one or two courses. Teresa DeVore, daughter of aide, physics, humanities,
    lourth six weeks grading The straight A list includes 18 Mr. and Mrs John R. DeVoreof American history,and drama. $69500
    period which ended March 5, seniors, many attending Lawtey. Miss DeVore is The sophomores are:
    und 74 more earned places on school on a part-time basis enrolled in short hand, annual Nancy Hildreth, daughter of PLUS ."' .
    since the staff, American Mr. and Mrs. H.R.Hildreth of
    the honor roll with grade new ruling that physics a A". 'EGr55ARYELECTRICAL
    averages of B or higher. seniors can attend part time if history, trigonometry, and Kingsley Lake. Her coursesare YAW 1r-
    The 'number of straight A they don't need the credit. English. chemistry, Spanish II,
    academic students dropped to Just three sophomores, two Cindy Edwards,daughter of PE, algebra II, poetry, and
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    Tip-The-Bottle was one ot the many popular attractions at (Hank Lott and his country music band provided ,
    Hampton school festival last Saturday afternoon. background music for varied festival events.

    I HAMPTON AREA NEWS ll\" ,l -liine| "'onla Int'I I

    (OLD-TIME: JUBILEEFESTIVAL when an old-time jubilee Bicentennial cake walks, fish pond, dart cornbread. CITY supper NEWS Chevrolet announces a new small car.
    HELD: celebration was booth, baseball booth, tip the Volunteer Firemen will
    I ON SCHOOL GROUNDS held during the afternoon. bottle booth, an old country meet Monday night May 12,
    Saturday was the big day at Among the varied events store, pony rides, and plenty and the City Council meets
    Hampton Elementary School, were sack races, bear races, to eat, including a stew and Tuesday, May 13, at 8 p.m. Monza

    The Hampton Christian
    Church Ladies Council will

    meet Wednesday, May 14, at Towne
    7:30 Shirley p.m.Norman.at the home of Mrs Coupe

    classes are held on 34 MILES PER GALLON. Equipped with Its
    Wednesday afternoons from available 5-speed transmission and 2.3-litre FORMAL VINYl ROOF STAN- SMALL AND DRESSY. There have

    2:30: to 4:30 at Hampton city 2-barrel engine, the Monza Towne Coupe has DARD. In your pick of nine always been dressy big Chevrolets.

    TMA'JJjJL1r hall. Anyone interested in been rated by the EPA as follows 21 mpg in colors.i The lower body comes This Is a dressy small, one. It's fun to
    crafts is invited to attend.
    the city test, 34 mpg In the highway test In thirteen colors drive. It's comfortable inside. It comes

    SENIOR CITIZENS better than a lot of foreign cars.. with a very sensible price.
    Hampton Senior Citizens
    their last meeting with 18
    regular members present. FROM. The standard engine is a OF OPTIONS Leather DEALER'S MAY 8. See it

    Pressure-Treated Lumber There were two visitors, Mr. 2.3-litre single barrel Four upholstery, forged alu soon. We think you'll find

    and Mrs. Oscar Copeland of frilly : a 23-litre double-barrel minum wheels, AM/FM it's both a sensibly priced

    Valdosta members,Ga.Mrs., and Lucile two Ivey new a small 4.3-litre VS.Depending slereo-they're all avail- car to start with, and a sensible

    and Frank Herndon, both of on engine selection, there are able. And up to you, little car to stay with.

    Lawtey. four transmissions available.

    Bad news After supper,with a business A CHOICE OF RICH I
    session was held Mr. Kri-
    for termites ; ger reading a letter that was NEW FREEDOM BATTERY. LOOKING INTERIORS.

    to be sent to the Senators and The Towne Coupe Is the ., Either vinyl or luxurious ...
    ., Representatives. Also a letter first Chevrolet to have It. pattern cloth isstandard.
    great news
    from Mrs. Sally Kilgore of Standard Needs no refill.
    Lake City, telling us of a I Chwrobt tvsNsn tltsllN
    for homeownersOutdoor dinner they will have on May America
    22. I
    After the meeting, games
    Wood?Yes you can get wood that is specially prepared for outdoor use. were played and prizes
    Outdoor Wood is WotmanUed* awarded to LaRue Copeland
    lumber and plywood. It's ordinary woodpressuretreated -
    with Wolman Paul Krieger, Lynn'Hall
    rot. And it's protected against termites. -
    Buck Dennison, and
    When you build a fence, patio, or any outdoor structure, this is the beautifully Jeanette Krieger. Happy
    practical material. birthday was sung to Florence
    Considering how long Outdoor Wood lasts, even if you don't paint it,or stain it, Schaub.
    it's relatively inexpensive. Use Outdoor Wood br your next project. And be sure to The next meeting will be
    specify a high-grade #2 or preferably #1 grade of wood.They will give your struc- held at 7:30 p.m., May 16.
    tures the appearance and shape-holding qualities you expect. -
    4-11 CLUB MEETS
    Manufactured by: DANTZLER LUMBER & EXPORT CO., Jacksonville The 4-H Club held their II'DreSSY.
    meeting Monday night. Lowell

    gave a demonstration on how '

    Starke & Keystone Heights .j...,. Starke, Florida to Baldrees make presented posters, and a fashion Mrs. Fun to Drive. Sensibly Priced.Page .

    ill fi" show;showing what they had -
    \ I Iv1Bl ,
    made this year. Some of the
    ..:\ .girls won ribbons at the fair ;


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    1* Personal Service j '.' .,f' "' .,_ .. _.... 0/' i MOTORCYCLE .
    For Sale Real Estate'A.J.Thomas
    NEW OPENING: Betty's Beauty FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
    Motorcycles Salon. Special permanentwave FOR SALE: Gas stove, like new apartment, carpeted Er air. STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 403E. i \1111.1.COI.DSMOKII.K'si :
    $12. May 8 through May $100. 607 N. St. Clair, Starke. conditioned. Couple only. 337N. Call Street, Ph. 964.6020, Realtor- RANCH LIQUIDATION .is&siuirrI'nicsrlfi: !\ ":
    621 N. Walnut St. 10.20.40 Acres or more in
    10. North 301 on Browns Itp Walnut Street. Itp Your Authorized HODAKA 'lion i "Il snlCurs,
    Tel. 964.6162Very Clay County, Keystonearea. .
    Road -------- -- dealer. tfchg. '
    Ph. 964-8474 for ap ---- - Most parcels from ...k'.III'III.ulilh..II.h.K I
    FOR SALE: Honda 90 motorcycle pointment. 1tp fisherman FOR RENT: Nicely furnished - - clean and nice 2 bedroom $1150 $1750 per acre. ,211111.LI l.sih :;lMHilti.11Ft,1IhI.Is :;::
    FOR SALE 15 ft. ,
    Street bike $200 Good ------------ : apartment. Sorry,no children.Ph. FOR SALE: Suzuki 185, 1974, frame dwelling, 423 W. CenterSt. Down payment and terms ; ;: :

    condition. Ph. 964-8733. MOBILE HOME. MUVINU Als,. $310.brand Call new McVay factory Enterprises discount, 9645033._ Itp 2,000 miles, like new $700. ., fenced back yard. Owner negotiable. Also, 2 story
    Itchg. iiiohilu In / -- ---- -- 9647334. Itchg.
    mar Imiricann ,
    minonmi will finance.
    373.9972, 4/17 4tchg 5/8 house with four fireplaces,
    ---- - -_ __ \ rind /muliilu hoiiiii' ion) FOR RENT: Efficiency apartment -- on 5 acres, $25,000. Built .
    ------------ Real Estate lid rune, hat 01 "lIIi"lt' 011'1,1//
    ioitiim. Olin's" IVUIilLE, Homo and lots suitable for .
    utilities furnished. W. High prior to 1900 Long terms. ; nil1'
    rime repairnwa Jar ''
    Sfrviuo' 964 !bliOG( lit IOU W, FOR SALE: Good used Gibson Wads worth, 468.1195, homes and mobile homes. Some needx.
    t WANTED ) Stake nu lie h\(;| refrigerator, frost free. Call Hampton, Fla. 1tp with water front on beautiful WEST REALTY CENTRAL INC. ""'purr
    9648791. 1t UNITED FARM AGENCY Lake. Financing avail-
    --- ----- -- --- Hampton Badcoc'ks
    -------- .. Registered Broker
    ------- --- REAL able.
    FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, air conditioned ESTATE BROKER 1-378-2308, Anytime 964-5289

    WANTED: Lawn -.... No 'job' FOR SALE: 283 Chevy engine, mobile home on nice PAUL IRENE FAULKNER 10,20, 40 acre and larger tracts. Evenings 473-2039

    too 'large or too small. Ph. r FOR SALE ] available.completely rebuilt.Country Installation Garage, shady lot. 964-8029. ltp- 964 5065 Financing on some of these
    ----- ---- '
    9647712. 1tp 964-7942. available.
    Itchg. 2V Acre, 3 BR, 1 Bath Brick LIVEHENS
    ------------ FOR RENT: Two bedroom
    ------------ Veneer (built in kitchen, appli- rentalson Champ 50 Cents Each
    Middle white trailer, $80 per month. Call Office and/or business Long
    WANTED: aged FOR SALE: Daylilies, newest
    FOR SALE: 1 acre 15 for ances Terms. Starke. TWIN YOLK
    or sale after 5 p.m. 964-5161. Itp West Call St., in
    to live in'Er take varieties all colors
    woman / care quantity Underwood Motel, Highway .. 1 EGG FARM
    ----------- Home and
    for landscaping 301 North of Starke. Itp IVi Mile North of
    tion come to 700 Lafayette Mrs. R.F. Young, 203 Christian ------------ FOR RENT: One bedroom and 2 Building MaterialsWE Interlachen/
    St., Starke. 5/8 2tp 5/15 Street. 6/82tp 5/15 bedroom furnished apts. Ph. MULTIPLELISTINGS Hwy. 315
    ------------ -----------_ FOR SALE:Diamond needles tor 964-8>71'. 1tp Over 1300 Sq. Ft. on a big beautiful BUILD 5:8: 4t 5:29

    FOR SALE: One Welch Pony any stereo, over 247 different ---------- -- 1 well landscaped lot. YOUR PLANS OR OURS
    and Gentle ones, we have them all. Dahmer's
    colt with saddle. FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision - I
    PERSONAL SERVICE' Woodrow c iHia. Ph. 964- Discount,; tfchg. 1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per Custom built Cabinets in Kitchen Retirement Home Beautiful 3 YOUR LOT OR OURS WELDINGEarl
    5531. 1tp ------------- month. Water & Hardwood floor in Dining Walker-711 N. Grand
    Sewage bedroom on 2 acres,just outsidethe FREE ESTIMATES
    ------------ furnished. For Information call Room. 24 HOUR SERVICEIn
    Starke City limits. New
    FOR SALE: Carpet. Direct Mill Mark Olin Olin's Mobile - REMODELING REPAIRS Woods or Shop
    stove, and refrigerator, fenced,
    SINGER SEWING MACHINES: FOR SALE: One beautiful German Price. $2.49.$3.49$5.49. All Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., Big Living Room With W/W water softener, many shade ADDITIONS Starke or SurroundingArea
    All new sewing machines Shepard male puppy, 2 colors in stock. Call Collect 3 Bedrooms All
    now Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. Carpet Big trees and shrubs. This home is
    on sale at your Singer Dealer. months old. $30. Contact Elizabeth Jax. 388-3069, Free Est. 5/1 Air-conditioned attached HOMES BOUGHT SOLD Phone 96173515.H
    ------- --- spotless, and the
    landscaping is
    . Liberal trade in allowance on Mann, 1 % mile north 2tp 5/8 garage. Steel Tripod TV Tower. beautiful. TRADED : SIp 6:5JIMMY:
    make Lake Butler on 121. 1tpCOLEMAN'S ------------ FOR RENT: House keeping apt.
    any sewing machine. - -
    furnished, by week or month. \ ACREAGE FOR SALE
    --- -----
    j' -
    SEWING FOR SALE Mobile On Church Street Close to
    : Home Parts Underwood Nice 3 bedroom near the
    Motel./ 301 corner
    , CENTER, 138 E. Call St., FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE way north of Starke. 1tp High. Everything.Can of SR-100 and SR18. This 964-6853 MOORE'S
    Starke. Phone 964-8312. 5/1 $55.22 hand guns $24.95, HOMES SALES - --
    Hwy. 100 home has been completely HWY 301 S STARKE TF
    ------------ Sun
    4tchg 5/22 25 automatic guns from W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. Be Bought For $22,800 rebuilt, has wall to wall carpet- w0O o+ o l rOrdrlt: I ____________ $49.95. Dahmera Discount ------------ FOR RENT 12' welt. moliilfr" Completely Furnished Ready to ing, and is on two lots, on the BOAT FOR
    tfchg homes outsiili', ity limit J B Move In. Will Sell Unfurnished corner. YOUR MONEY TF
    MAKE EXTRA MONEY: Need ...
    ----------- White. I'M Uh4it14( 21000.
    someone to answer telephone tfehg.; (| STARKE PH 964-5791
    -- -- -
    FOR SALE Good - -
    : clean Ber FRED SACKETT-REALTOR .
    in home. Call Jacksonville
    your own muda $1.50 bale in MISCELLANEOUS .. AVON TORrSCUE:.
    731.0255 for more hay field, ,. """"11II 205 N. Temple(US-3011) COMPLETE OUTBOARD Be
    information. 1tp $1.75. bale in barn. Will start ..... ... Call Bill Powell, 904/964-6522,468-1642 DRIVE SERVICE

    __ __.._ ___ __ cutting May 8. Call 473-2130,7 HOUSES FOR SALE Broker STERN
    a.m. to 5 p.m. or 4734456 964 8464 Caught Up In A Lay-Off' Save AND REPAIR

    SINGER AUTHORIZED SER after 6 p.m. J.R. Raulerson. WATSON'S .... 30 acres with good timber, Your Budget By Selling Our COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
    VICE DEPT We service all Itp HOUSE OF VACUUMS Sat. & Sun. Call paved road front. 4 miles N. of Famous Products. Call Loma REPAIR

    makes and models sewing -------_-..___ FOR SALE: 12 ,x 65 Mobile 533-2208 Starke, terms.Commercial Clyatt at 755 0731 or write P. 0 CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
    machines': All work fully guar- 'Many/ brands of new vacuums. home, take over payments. Box 5127, Luke City, Fla. 32055.tf FISHING BOATS
    rOR SALE: Case pocket knives Inquire 964-7212. 4/17 5/8
    anteed. COLEMAN'SSEWING Used machines available, 4tp block
    O building, construction
    now at Oahmers Discount ..
    -- - - -
    CENTER, 138 E. Call Expert Repairs all makes. 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre

    I St., Starke. Phone 964.8312. tfchg. .- Parts and Accessories for all FOR SALE: 3 BR 2 bath brick land, 3 miles from Starke.
    - 5/1 4tchg 5/22 vacuums. Built in central home in Starke carpet, RluminumSiding

    -- ------ - FORSALE:6x9Linoleum$3.9: >3. vacuum cleaning systems. 712 draperies, appliances in- V. 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber .

    9x12 Unoleum $8.98. Also N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF cluded. Phone 473-2039 after Terms.
    _, TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. 6 p.m or weekends tfchg. crmillcnarev WeIiDrilling .
    week, dozer work and dragHundreds choose atDahmers ,,.Some "
    | to --- ., .. i7acresBzookaaraa
    .. ,
    a 4681873. -.,;;;.:..;;:.,;;.;..::;.;;;; ;;..:;;- = -# Aluminum
    rk.Cag from
    DISUJUMI. I ,. ."J.o\lol
    platted Pines 2" thru 6" ,
    FOR SALE New Moon 1974 60x -
    : ,
    Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN _________ LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast REVLTY
    SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. 12 2 BR, Front Kitchen, 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles Fast Rotary
    ____________ FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records REDUCE Excess Fluids with Mobile Home. Red Carpet, from Starke. Home sites only.
    $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at X-Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 Spanish decor. $200 factory Drilling Equipment
    SEWING MACHINES repaired, Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 rebate. Mustang Mobile Remodeling
    15tchg 612ALCOHOLICS 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites,
    all makes cleaned State Licensed
    oiled and 26tchg 8/25 ... Homes. 964-7212.
    adjusted $7, Work guar ____________ -- ----- ---- -- -- -- -. NW of Starke Terms.

    8733.anteed. James Strickland 964- FOR SALE: Beef for your freezer ANONYMOUS. FOR SALE: 1975 Crownhaven 2 OME OWNERSHIP THE George Roberts Real Estate I Pumps I Cement Work
    tfchg. for
    _ _ 60 cents per Ib. Also registered The only requirement BR, 60 x 12 F & R,1 1 3/4 bath BEST INVESTMENT YOU CAN 964-7826 or 964 6593
    membership is a to
    Angus bulls for sale. Early American. $100 factory MAKEI The value of a single tf New & UsedSalesPartsService
    BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Clifford Martin 964-7145. 6/8 stop drinking. Ph. 964 7959, rebate. Mustang Mobile family home has increased 37% FinancingAvailable

    sharpening service, circular, 2tp 5/15. 9647619 or 964 5148. 1/2 Homes 9647212. in the last 5 years, and Indications

    hand, carbide, chain. Mower ____________ 13 TP-e/26 - -- are these values will con
    blades hollow ground and tinue to rise I Check the value of E-Z Terms
    balanced Call 964-7509 or FOR SALE:: Do ft yourself 12 by FOR SALE: 65 x 12 '74 Used 3 your other investments during BYRON E. DUCE,

    at Jackson Building 12 inch tile.with stick on back BR. 11,Yi bath fully carpeted, 3 the last 5 years..the conclusionis Reg. Real Estate Broker 9&4-858

    Save Starke or KeystoneHeights now at Dahmer's Discount. AUTOMOBILESUSED ton a/c/ total electric, house obvious. A home is your best 393 N. Temple Ave. I Plumbing I
    2/27 26tchg 8/25 type front door Early 964-7700

    tfchg. _ _. ____ American decor. Like new, investment.- -
    Mustang Mobile Homes, 964 $25,500 1240 Blending (ISara- House and 10 acres, Hampton New Installation Davidson

    7212. I It ), CH&A, 1768 sq. 22500.
    FOR SALE: 69 Ford Wagon, toga Heights Remodeling
    FOR SALE top luggage rack, factory air, -- -- ft.,2 tile B, 4 BR, study tremendous A Good Home, approx. 2 acres, Mobile Home ParkIn

    with rebuilt engine, $750. FOR SALE: 12 x 50, 2 bedroom Fla. room, excellent condi- 3 BR, $27,500. Repairs
    NEW Country Garage, 9647942. mobile home. $200 equity, tion...assumable mortgage..mo City Limits
    Itchg. $3,100 balance. 9648310. 1tp pay 21929.owner transferredto
    South Florida. LISTINGS, FINANCING, $30 Per Mo.
    -------}- --- -- -- ---- --- I Durrance'
    Gas Range Tops.
    Built-in FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy PU, FOR SALE: 4 bedroom house, 2 $30,000 Beautiful Lake Brook- Call Anytime Walk To New

    large utility body, ladder rack, bath, large lot, near town & Etc...
    Post Office
    lyn walk to VERNIE ODOM & Supply CenterCity
    4 At This Price. Pump Shopping
    Only new tires, 81,000 miles, excellent $26,500. $5,000 cash down. 2 B,1 Bath..Iot50'x75'x 199' x 9645476
    mechanical condition, Call 964 6380 Starke or.376. 218' electric wall heaters big Gas. Water & Sewer
    Only $4995 Call Now $695. Call, 964-6061. rfctig. 5087 Gainesville. 1t A/C unit..city water..front Applean Brown Company
    -- -- On 301 South
    ------------ furniture
    964-7701 or See At porch & carport, some 964 7955
    FOR SALE: 1970 FOR SALE: '75 Crownhaven 3 ...also, stove, double door ref rig 864 N. Temple Ave. Jolu Motel

    Sawyer Sladar GAB Co. Barracuda, air power Plymouth brakes, BR, 65 x 12 mobile home, F. & freezer..white sand beAch, Starke
    American. $100 & good -
    Kitchen. Early picturesque view 964-8810
    383 CI, Stereo. Carl Hunsin-
    $ SAVE $
    ger, 9648128. 1tp factory rebate. Mustang fishing. 964.7061
    Mobile Homes 964-7212.
    ---------- --
    - -- -- - $$36.500. BR, 2 B, CB, CH&A} FRED DAVIS

    FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1965 Chevrolet FOR SALE: Lake Hampton 1700 sq. ft. living area, wall to

    Impala practically new motor, Oaks, Now Available. Water wall carpet drapes dishwasher, GMC TRUCKS Olin's Subdivision
    BUICK -
    good tires, $500. W.P.Luke, front Lots. Wooded 1 'A acre refng. with ice maker, 2 car garage PONTIAC"A
    Used Gas or Electric Ranges 964-7238 after 6 p.m. 1tp restricted lake lots. Come see 3 lots, conveniently LITTLE RIDE CAN
    .... of$26,800 at SAVE YOU A LOT" I
    -- --------- located, mortgage TF 1 I
    our 1 & 2 acre home sites
    *35 and Up covered with beautiful' oaks 7 3/4% can be assumed with GREEN COVE SPRINGS* I I I Is
    of $231.00
    monthly payments
    and for
    pines just waiting your
    Call 964-7701 or See At LOST AND FOUNDLOST new dream home. Salesmanon incl. taxes & insurance..Key INSURANCE

    site Saturday & Sunday stone Heights. AT REDUCED RATES

    SladB Appliances afternoon. L.K. Edwards, III & s
    Sawyer Associates, Reg. Real Estate 15.000 Uttle Lake Santa Fe AUTO: FIRE, BOA) tr -
    undeveloped lot with 75 feet on DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
    Starke : Angus bull 1100 Ibs. Broker. Keystone Heights. Per Mo. Water 8
    Madison St. water, 400 feet deep. Rent 25"Call
    332 W. Touch of Brimmer. Floyd 473 4883 or 47&2636.tAm Beautiful approx.trees...great fishing... AGENCY 11: Acre Lots For Sewage Furnished

    Wiggins 5/15 485-1586. 5/8 2tp owner chaser.will finance reliable pur LOW RATS INSURANCE MOBILE HOME CHG Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W.Country .

    - --
    Slad Appliances FOUND: Cow in field. Owner ESTATE I 4787.large lots In Country --- --- ---- --------.--.-- -
    Sawyer tl c)8 C 1i XMK>IMk J____.__ -
    call & identify. 9647083. 1tp dub Estates with swim., golf &

    332 W Madison Sells --------...:.--- Tennis... $6,000..Bessent Road
    lot pretty trees-excellent location Garage

    New Gas,& Electric Ranges, m paved road.

    Ref.Washers, Dryers, t HRP WANTED I $4,400 to $16,500 lots in Lake Morgan Road Phone 964.7942
    ( Hampton Oaks some on
    Gas & Electric: And We fun.ESTATE water some off :20 z % down, .
    REAL five years at 9% ..Wine Investments Spring Specials, t
    We Sell HELP WANTED: Maid wanted, for the future
    What v .
    Service .
    must have, own transporta, BrWttittr. t4trrT- -- -- -- Tune-Ups Disc Brakes Motors Overhauled
    MORE INFORMATION CALL 964-7701 tlon. Apply in person at Jo Lu 12 acres 250000. $31.000 New 3 BR, 2B, CH&A :,
    FOR - ,
    Motel. ItchQ. .... 2 BR frame- home 9500. carpet, disposal, stove, one acre 6 Cyl l 3850 Clutch RepairValve ,
    --- ----- --- of
    WE TAKE TRADES - tot..privacy, pets, pride $7'50
    ownership, and room to do your Parts & Labor
    2 BR furnished home with Jobs
    own thing..90 financing to Extra For Turning Disc.
    ; '.. t FOR RENTFOR link fence-$9.600._ .... qualified buyer. Uncle Sam will Plus Parts '

    2 BR CB hone cent heat/air help you buy this new home 8 Cyl Brake Jobs, Front Endshoo
    .' -, ducts in carport for future room. with a 6% tax credit against your

    FOR SALE nice tot ._$18.200 1975 Income taxes. I *50M Rebaildinl. i;
    RENT: 3 bedroom frame- oo."bIe.wide -- -
    3 BR 1J4 bath furnished 1jfc

    Used Rebuilt (G., E. WASHERS house.Located 9 Water miles NW furnished.Starke on. MH-on 1 acre-' $13,660.' DUPLfc ( New duplex underconstrUction.roomy..eee us Plus Parts Drum Type .

    **And Call Now AtSawy.tr SR-23S. Call 964-5630 after a 60 Acres -Lvable house & for details. '
    40 p.m. 1tp approx. 250 cords of standing Green Air Con'IltioningService 4
    ---_------ pine $892 per" acre. T.Twwillegar Charles
    Or LwV :_ _
    954,7,701 Sea't lB.Cecella Estate Broker 'J'JI
    RENT Unfurnished house Open Day
    '1 p 'b FOR : 62.7 acres Hampton area$880 Median' Ave.
    furnished apartment Also for Acre Leaton (Buddy)

    Slad Appliance. sale, bricks ft potted plants., 1m uwrtr fi.. ''EALlOR OffCa91( !!>4-7776 -r Matthews Morgan Road 964-7942 ,4t chg 4/24-6/1S,
    644 W. CaH Street. 964-8198.

    332 W. Madison St. f: Starke Itp .. LI-nor, 782-38O6.rw1tM rim A ,blur_! r ...home 964-5145 J I
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    SCHOOL NEWS drafting of a survey form to be parents at the Lawtey Elementary Saturday afternoon. They left Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw- weekend guests of her her mothe bro-, J
    School children with Mrs. Edith ford and Mr. and Mrs. Les Mrs. Hester
    is sent to all parents in the near on Friday the 'and ;
    conducted Monday future. May 2, at 7 p.m. Dr. Ira Elizabeth Terry Swinney over the weekend. McClellan visited their ther-in-law and sister Mr.
    mother Mrs. Julia Hall and Mrs. Glen
    Connely of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch
    through Friday of this week. Mrs. Hicks
    CHURCH ACTIVITIES Regional\ Mental Health went to Tallahassee and family of Jacksonville Mrs. Rossie Reddish in family. While ,
    on April Ga.
    Any child who will be 5 years Springs, were weekend visited Mrs;,
    her daughter
    old on or before January 1, Church of God: Sunday coordinator was the speaker.He 23 for a short visit with Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Beach and their mother Mrs. Baptist Hospital Jacksonville and brother-in-law and
    1976 is eligible to enroll for School 10 a.m. Worship Services gave a speech about Chris- Bryant Reddish and her Kenneth Barfield. Joyce Futch of Blackshear on Wednesday.Mrs. her Hicks' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ,
    next year. Parents are askedto 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE tian Vocation. Following the daughter Mrs. Jack Pons. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Mosleywere Ga., were Sunday dinner Martha Dorko sister, and their nephew and j
    come to the school as soon Wednesday 7:30: p.m. speech there was a questionand Mrs. Bryant Reddish came weekend guests of their guests of her sister Miss Eli- grandchildren Donna and Art Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. doe
    Faith Baptist Church answer period. They hada home with them. zabeth Terry. The occasionwas Green and her mother Mrs. niece, t
    as possible to begin the regis- : son-in-law and daughter Mr. and family,all of Jack-'
    tration Radio Program over WPXE delicious supper. The young Mrs. Cecil Estes of Douglas- and Mrs. Jerry Vogler and to help Mrs. Futch cele- Mae Wells met her sister Hogan
    Book process.A Sale will be held in Starke 11 a.m. Sunday. Bible people sang two songs, and yule, Ga., and Mrs. Daley family of New Smyrna. brate her birthday anniver- Mrs. Ruth Barthlow of Jack- sonville.Donald Wilkison and
    School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- the evening was closed with Ellsberry of Clarkdale Ga., sonville Sunday at Middleburg Mrs.
    the library on Friday.Old Wilkison of 'Jacksonville -,
    sary.Mrs. !
    vices 11 and 7:30 singing. weeks with Frances and Methodist Homecoming. Jerry
    textbooks as well as a.m. : p.m. group spent two their Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Ruls of Cowan dinner guests of his
    magazines and library books Prayer Meeting Wednesday Highland Baptist Church: brother-in-law and sister Mr. Starke visited their uncle and Mr. and Mrs. John Cowan, Barthlow was a guest of her ,were Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
    will be on sale. Prices will 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. and Mrs. H.L. Barfield. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Carl and their daughter were son and daughter-in-law Mr. parents
    Sr., Sunday.
    Pastor A.E. at- Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jerri Julie dinner of and Mrs. Fred Barthlow. Wilkison 1
    range from 5 cents to 25 cents Masser Starling, and Prevatt, Friday evening.Mrs. Saturday guests Sr. Gustafson, bf Green s\
    for books and from 1 cent to 10 tended a revival meeting at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Vickie Hazen, Beth and L.P. Rafuse spent the their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. John Tye, Wayne and Miss Sandra ?I
    cents for magazines.The Faith Missionary Baptist nesday at 7 p.m. Jimmy David Eddie Griffis weekend with her cousins, Mr. J.F. Robertson and Mrs. were Saturday overnight Cove Springs took Jim Leland also '
    fourth and fifth grades Church of Hollywood Northslde Baptist Church: Pam Peter and Mrs. Bettie and Mrs. Bobby Bennett of Edith Swinney. guests of their son and Dobbs Cove 'to
    attended a play put on by the Monday through Friday. He Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Hazen of Starke went to Daytona.Mr. Mr.and Mrs. Earl Walker of daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. of Green Springs I
    BUS drama department on came and went by plane from ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: Ichtucknee Springs Monday and Mrs. C.A. North Starke were Saturday dinner John Tye,Jr., and family, and dinner Sunday_ at Keystone
    Tuesday. The teachers encou- Gainesville. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- and went floating down the Adam and Leslie of Jacksonville guests of their grandparents their son-in-law and daughter, Heights.Marian Hall of Jacksonville ;
    raged the students to partici- Grace United Methodist: day 7:30: p.m. river on inner tubes. stopped by for a short Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley Mrs.
    and Mrs. Cora
    pate in plays and skits and Sunday School 9:45: a.m. The Church enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. James Town- visit with their mother on Mrs. Blanche Phillips and son, of Daytona.Mrs. Beach
    hopefully the early trainingwill Worship Services 11 a.m. and Covered Dish Supper at the send and family of PowderBROOKER: ''their way to St. Petersburgthe returned to her home in Rossie Reddish Hodges of Macclenny were of
    be helpful during their 7:30: p.m. United Methodist church on Saturday, April 26, Waynesville N.C. last Wed- returned home from Baptist Monday overnight guests
    sister Mrs. Hester
    high school years. Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir at 6:30: p.m. nesday after spending two Hospital in Jacksonville last their Hicks. While,here they also
    Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednes- months here. Friday.
    The Lawtey ElementarySchool
    Council met PERSONALSMrs. IN BRIEFBy Mr.and Mrs. John Tye were Mrs. Les McClellan visited visited their brotherinlawand
    day.Christian Mr. and Mrs. O.J.
    and her son-in-law and daughter sister
    Thursday May 1. Items of Enlistment Truby Wainwright Sunday afternoon guests of
    discussion were the recent Committee gave a banquet for Mrs. Hubert Priest visited Jeannette Prescott their brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish Anders.
    the Young People and their Miss Enza Blanchard of sister, Mr. and Mrs. F.L. of the State Farm on Monday.Mr. Ronnie McClellan of
    tests and
    SCHOOL NEWS home of her parents'on Ga. visited his
    Macclenny Wednesday Roberts of Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay- Vidalia ,
    morning.Mrs. The School Advisory Com- Apr. 28,at8 p.m.The and Mrs. Carl Norman ton and son of Jacksonville, parents Mr. and Mrs. Les
    Horace Cox of Waldo, mittee met Tuesday, Apr. 29, beautiful outdoor candlelight and and Mrs. Darlene were Sunday dinner guests of McClellan Wednesday.Mrs. .
    1 sons
    spent Tuesday with her when the status of the schoolbudget ceremony was performed by Norman and sons spent the their mother, Mrs. C.R. Maines Griffis and
    1 From mother Mrs. Mary Dinkins. for next year was Joyce Castlen the presenceof weekend with their brother Crews. children of Palatka Mr. and
    Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davies explained and discussed; also about 110 friends and rela- and sister-in-law Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mrs.Tom Whaley and girls of
    and son of Pensacola, the upcoming annual report of tives. Mrs. Norman Bennett and Lafetra of Tallahassee were Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
    the long weekend with heir school progress. It was I The newlyweds are residingat family, of Barberville. All of Sunday to Tuesday guests of Smith and family were
    Jackson'sPeddlers parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.F. decided to conduct an attitude the gas plant near Brooker. them went to Disney World on their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of their
    McCulley, and David. survey of the school to be Mr. Quicksall is employedwith Friday. They reported a won- James Waters. mother -Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson -
    Wayne Gustafson of Green included in the report; and it his father. derful time. Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and son Mrs. Daisy Boch and
    Center Cove Springs and Miss will be sent home the same Wayne Gustafson of Green Billy of Cape Coral were: Lynn.Page .
    Sandra Dobbs were Sunday day as report cards. CHURCH NEWS Cove Springs spent Saturdayand
    E Members this On 4 the for- --
    dinner of her attending Sunday May Fioimm
    1S guests grand- Sunday with Miss Sandra c *
    I; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie meeting were DeRitch Green mer pastor of the Brooker Dobbs and the Willie Dobbs Acc.pt.d
    Dobbs. Margaret Dyal Virginia Baptist Church Jim Temple; :
    Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Crews, Susan Scott, and Fred chairman of the Board of Deacons family.Mrs. Joyce Schmehl, of Z

    Graham and visited their 'Johns.The next meeting will be ,M.O.of the Harrell Building; and chairman Committee -- Jacksonville, was a guest of II. ] :$ 0UJ11! :$ .
    parents, Mr. Mrs. Harold her brother-in-law and sister n ,
    STARKE.LA.. held Tuesday May 20. Howard Douglas
    KEYSTONE HOTS Eunice on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters
    N. CHERRY ST. HWY 100 a 21 Kenneth Barfield returned Curriculum meetings will participated in the burning of during the week. They went to '13M

    964-6O78 473-4973. home Hospital from, Jacksonville St. Vincent's on' be school held. will Thursday be dismissed May 15,at and 1p.m. church the ptist note Convention building.held br the on the FloridaB new see botham their brother who was J.C.a surgical Higgin- : (1EUVoE(! I! JI11$05'II :$

    Thursday after spending overa patient in North Florida
    Cranford is now serving
    Terry -
    c Mr.week and there.Mrs. Hubert Priest CIVIC APPRECIATIONThe as interim pastor of the ville Regional, on Wednesday.Hospital Gaines- M a
    ;.SOo visited their brother and community wishes to ch irch. C. e
    Foxe//s'; thank Henry Harrell and C.L. Officers recently elected for N.
    sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
    P.H. Day of Cedar Kay on Atkinson for all their fine the WMU are: Director BettyH 75 Granada Ghia 75 Buick Electra IIII.
    less Sunday afternoon.Mrs. work in helping to get the .I yes; Enlargement and
    Horace Cox of Waldo streets of Brooker paved. Enlistment Director RoseM match Mil... .u.undy with 225 I'P'
    They put in many long hours,,, t; Secretary Pearle Mott; vo'au.' "u.k.t.. &
    and Mrs. Jim
    Burton Mrs. N
    .oot. Wlro 10111. .
    plldd.d cov.ta. 1.200 mil. .n.v. "".d.arlln.1 ;
    from which all will benefit. and Treasurer Mallene Wells.
    Mary Dinkins, and her niece we ei AM.PM .t..... Fec A.C, .Ie. Iht 1100. How
    Pr gram Leader for June will W.. avo. ...-.
    Mrs. Miller of
    Norton Nep- D
    BRIDAL SHOWER be,lean Douglas, and Projects :I
    tune Beach, visited her
    ;This Week's Miss Linda Tetstone bride- Cochairmen Kim r
    mother, Mrs. Lois Doling, in are Hodges $4675 $6375
    Starke elect of Arthur Quicksall Jr., and Sandra Edwards. gII
    Nursing Home on Fri-
    was honored with a bridal The first meeting was heldat :
    day.Miss shower at 7:30: p.m. on April t ie church on Friday May a: ''C
    Elizabeth Terry and ip4t
    "Specialll Miss Arthurine Blanchard 22, given by her friends at the 2 with 12 members present. A ( 1. 0 74 Buick Regal Cpe. 74Toota Corona n
    visited her sister. Miss Enza Community Center. About 40 firs project was completed, Pprh4 I'P'
    Blanchard and Mrs. Thelma guests attended and the ,,a second one started, with CLLR Gold with MIN vinyl tap, Charcoal Sto: Wag. D'
    Wilson,of Baker County Nurs- honoree received many useful many plans and ideas for the Chrome will'". Pull. pw" (Incl.' AM.PM St....with taps Auto.she. .
    wlndow'l 1' .. A.C, AMr..n.. ::I
    IMPREGNATED months.
    gifts. upcoming Lu.aNUaehr Air Cand.
    ing Home, of Macclenny Wed- .' E I'M ...._ 11,000 Muss.
    afternoon.Mr. ': All members are urged to 11.000 M
    nesday. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin QUICKSALL-TETSTONE attend the next meeting at the M0THER'SDAV z .' $3450
    $4150 *
    SHEETING and Donna spent some time Miss Linda Tetstone, church on June 6. c
    with their sister Mrs.Gaynell daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Rev. Cranford will be the grand day to worshipGod z .
    of Ga. Hubert (Dick) Tetstone, guest speaker at the Associa- I ;
    Mooty Clarkston while
    she was a patient in the became the bride of Arthur tional Youth Rally at New L 74 Pinto Country 14 Buick Apollo. ,
    Shallow Ford Hospital. Quicksall Jr., son of Mr. and River Baptist Church on Your Mother wants you II Squire "DC '
    4'x8' $189Per and Mrs. Arthur Quicksall Sr., at Friday May 16, at 7:30: p.m. in church Sunday I JA 1 1powd.r
    Mr. Mrs. Doc Mosley Slue with wood .''n. O.a.rf S.nd Cp., Paddle 1M. R'
    S H. AT PS. Sconomlcal. finDAN
    Sheet 1,300 MIIs. IOC.A.C.'pd.. .a .
    PERSONALSMrs. flower will be given to i Cyl. Air c:_. 7.200 Mil..
    Hubert Ensmingerwishes every person present.

    80 84 Lb. DeWittFuner I Jones to thank all her new $3250. r
    Bag frienda and neighbors, and Honor your Mother by $3250
    members of the Brooker being in church Sunday. "

    SAKRETEREDIMIX ;Home Baptist prayers Church visits and for kind-their "The Church with a Heart, ";! 73 AMC Gremlin '73 Ford Courier 'I

    nesses during Mr. Ensminger's In the Heart of Starke"Ben UI
    recent hospitalization. r 211 C.1.'V Cyl.Auto T..n.Air' Tunaurst Y.llaw. Au. T..no..
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    ADC < 1 QQ HOSPITAL BEDS. KERS WHEELCHAIRS cott and Johnny visited rela- $2200 12400 '
    WATER 4CRI.ITCHES tives in Lake Butler last Sun- William GeorgeMin. to I
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